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This Week in PLOS

As they report in PLOS One, the National Cancer Institute's Yves Pommier and colleagues from the US and Brazil brought together whole-exome sequence data with pharmacological response profiles for the NCI-60 collection, a set of publicly available cancer cell lines from nine tissues of origin.

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