domingo, 2 de noviembre de 2014

Cancer Progression & Heterogeneity: Insights from Genomics


Genomics & Health Impact Update

Cancer Progression & Heterogeneity: Insights from Genomics

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Cancer genomics just got personal.External Web Site Icon 
Rafal T Marszalek Genome Biology 2014, 15:464 (1 October 2014)
Tumor heterogeneity: next-generation sequencing enhances the view from the pathologist’s microscopeExternal Web Site Icon
Samuel Aparicio, Elaine Mardis Genome Biology 2014, 15:463 (1 October 2014)
A general framework for analyzing tumor subclonality using SNP array and DNA sequencing dataExternal Web Site Icon
Bo Li, Jun Z Li Genome Biology 2014, 15:473 (25 September 2014)
The multitude of molecular analyses in cancer: the opening of Pandora’s boxExternal Web Site Icon
Hege G Russnes, et al. Genome Biology 2014, 15:447 (3 September 2014)
Cancer genomics: one cell at a timeExternal Web Site Icon
Nicholas E Navin Genome Biology 2014, 15:452 (30 August 2014)
The promise of circulating tumor cell analysis in cancer managementExternal Web Site Icon
Joaquin Mateo, et al. Genome Biology 2014, 15:448 (30 August 2014)

Genome-driven integrated classification of breast cancer validated in over 7,500 samplesExternal Web Site Icon
H Ali, et al.  Genome Biology 2014, 15:431 (28 August 2014)
Diverse brain tumor subtypes have an unanticipated common origin,External Web Site Icon by A Neves, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Oct 20

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