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Public Science Insights: Increase the precision of gene expression measurement in cancer research

Posted Wed, Aug, 03,2016 -

Expression array and next-generation sequencing technology have been widely used to investigate the molecular mechanisms of many genetic diseases including cancer. Despite the initial claim that normalization of sequencing data might not be necessary, many normalization methods have been developed for sequencing data, including RNA-seq data. The goal of normalizations is to provide an accurate mea...

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Public Science Insights: Rise of Digital Biomarkers and Role in Precision Medicine

Posted Wed, May, 18,2016 -

With the rise of digital biomarkers, its role in precision medicine has become an important area of interest, something which is destined to continue due to Electronic Health Records (EHR). It's important to keep in mind the limitations and problems that appear on the horizon. Among these problems are geo-differentiation and ethnic balance, generation of protocols for sharing digital informat...

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Interview with Dr Afshin Beheshti

Posted Wed, Mar, 16,2016 -

This author interview is by Dr Afshin Beheshti, of Tufts University School of Medicine. Dr Beheshti's full paper, The Impact of Age and Sex in DLBCL: Systems Biology Analyses Identify Distinct Molecular Changes and Signaling Networks, is available for download in Cancer Informatics.Please summarize for readers the content of your article.The basic idea is studying differences that occur with ...

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Interview with Dr Pichai Raman

Posted Sun, Feb, 21,2016 -

This author interview is by Dr Pichai Raman, of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr Raman's full paper, FXYD5 is a marker for poor prognosis and a potential driver for metastasis in ovarian carcinomas, is available for download in Cancer Informatics.First please summarise for readers the content of your article. This article shows FXYD5, a gene whose product reduces cell adhesion and ...

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Interview with Dr. Vangelis Sakkalis

Posted Tue, Jan, 19,2016 -

This author interview is by Dr. Vangelis Sakkalis, of Foundation for Research & Technology-Hellas. Dr Sakkalis' full paper, The Importance of Neighborhood Scheme Selection in Agent-based Tumor Growth Modeling, is available for download in Cancer Informatics. Please summarize for readers the content of your article.Tumors are highly complex, dynamical biological systems spanning multiple s...

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Interview with Jie Zheng

Posted Thu, Jan, 22,2015 -

This author interview is by Dr Jie Zheng, of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Dr Zheng's full paper, In Silico Prediction of Synthetic Lethality by Meta-Analysis of Genetic Interactions, Functions, and Pathways in Yeast and Human Cancer, is available for download in Cancer Informatics. Please summarise for readers the content of your article.A pair of genes is called synthetic let...

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