Cancer genomics employ high-throughput technologies to identify the complete catalog of somatic alterations that characterize the genome, transcriptome and epigenome of cohorts of tumor samples. Discover the latest research here.
Cancer metabolic reprogramming is important for the rapid growth and proliferation of cancer cells. Cancer cells have the ability to change their metabolic demands depending on their environment, regulated by the activation of oncogenes or loss of tumor suppressor genes. Here is the latest research on cancer metabolic reprogramming.
Computational modeling and the theory of nonlinear dynamical systems allow one to not simply describe the events of the cell cycle, but also to understand why these events occur. Discover the latest research on cell cycle modeling here.
Inter/Intra-Species: Comparative Sequencing describes the sequencing techniques that compare between and within species genomes. Discover the latest research on comparative sequencing of inter/intra-species here.
Investigating human cellular proteins through a combination of highly multiplexed imaging and proteomic analyses can help characterize all human cells at the proteomic level. Discover the latest research on deep visual proteomics here.
Genetic circuits are essential for many biological processes including oscillation (e.g. the cell cycle), cell differentiation, patterning of multicellular tissues, and cellular response to environmental signals. Here is the latest research on editing these genetic circuits.