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Copy number networks to guide combinatorial therapy for cancer and other disorders

bioRxiv

Jun 5, 2014

Andy Lin, Desmond James Smith

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The dwindling drug pipeline is driving increased interest in the use of genome datasets to inform drug treatment. In particular, networks based on transcript data and protein-protein interactions have been used to design therapies that employ drug combinations. But there has been less f...read more

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Copy number networks to guide combinatorial therapy for cancer and other disorders

bioRxiv

Jun 5, 2014

Andy Lin, Desmond James Smith

PMID: 990005942

DOI: 10.1101/005942

Abstract

The dwindling drug pipeline is driving increased interest in the use of genome datasets to inform drug treatment. In particular, networks based on transcript data and protein-protein interactions have been used to design therapies that employ drug combinations. But there has been less f...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

EGFR
Genome
Genes
Human Genetics
Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Activity
Neoplasms
Pharmacologic Substance
Tandem
Atherosclerosis
Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor
4
1

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