GMU Team Builds Phosphoproteomic-based Pathway Activation Profiles of NCI-60 Cancer Cell Lines | GenomeWeb

A team led by researchers at George Mason University has completed a phosphoproteomic analysis of the National Cancer Institute-60, a set of 60 human cancer cell lines.

The analysis provides a means of linking protein pathway activation information to other data generated via study of the NCI-60 set, including data from previous omics experiments and drug-sensitivity studies, said Emanuel Petricoin, co-director of GMU's Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine and one of the leaders of the effort.

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