"Whoever, monks, sees conditioned arising sees Dharma, and whoever sees Dharma sees the Buddha"
N. Ross Reat has done a study/translation on it that's been out for a while now. Anyways it is quite interesting as a point of contact between the Mahayana and the Theravada.
Check out the wiki:N. Ross Reat notes that this indicates that the early Mahayana tendency was not "self-consciously schismatic" but was simply one of the many attempts to systematize and elaborate on the Buddha's teachings. While some schools chose to incorporate these systematizations into Abhidharma texts, the proto-Mahayana chose to incorporate them into sutras.
And the actual work by N Ross Reat:
https://www.scribd.com/document/2942108 ... amba-Sutra (the introduction and sutra itself is worth a read)
Sutra translation only:
https://www.scribd.com/document/3586383 ... amba-Sutra