Tag: cancer research

Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia Expanded to Include RPPA Analysis Data

The Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia is a collaborative project started in 2008 with the goal to characterize, from a genetic and pharmacological standpoint, a large panel of human cancer models. The idea was to develop data linking genetic profiles to pharmacological outcomes that can translate into personalized therapeutic regimens and accelerate cancer research. The dataset … Continued

Protein Microarrays in translational research

A recent paper published in Proteomics provides an overview of the applications of protein microarrays in translational research. The high-density array format  appears to be a highly advantageous platform in this type of study thanks to  features such as: Multiplexing capabilities: concomitant but individual analysis of many markers can be performed simultaneously, Low volume required … Continued