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Systems biology, post-genomic analysis and emerging technologies

This section will consider studies on all aspects of the function of biological systems at the molecular and cellular level, in particular those addressing network modeling, quantitative analyses and the integration of different levels of information. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, deep sequencing-based technologies, computational biology and machine learning in relation to cancer biology.

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    Perturbed genotypes in cancer can now be identified by whole genome sequencing of large number of diverse tumor samples, and observed gene mutations can be used for prognosis and classification of cancer subty...

    Authors: Sarah Daakour, Leon Juvenal Hajingabo, Despoina Kerselidou, Aurelie Devresse, Richard Kettmann, Nicolas Simonis, Franck Dequiedt and Jean-Claude Twizere

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2016 16:335

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    We have previously demonstrated that the hydroxylated biphenyl compound D6 (3E,3′E)-4,4′-(5,5′,6,6′-tetramethoxy-[1,1′-biphenyl]-3,3′-diyl)bis(but-3-en-2-one), a structural analogue of curcumin, exerts a stron...

    Authors: Marina Pisano, Antonio Palomba, Alessandro Tanca, Daniela Pagnozzi, Sergio Uzzau, Maria Filippa Addis, Maria Antonietta Dettori, Davide Fabbri, Giuseppe Palmieri and Carla Rozzo

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2016 16:317

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    Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) has been associated with the acquisition of metastatic potential and the resistance of cancer cells to therapeutic treatments. MCF-7 breast cancer cells engineered to co...

    Authors: Roman Mezencev, Lilya V. Matyunina, Neda Jabbari and John F. McDonald

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2016 16:236

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    Genome-wide association studies (GWASs) have identified several single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) influencing the risk of thyroid cancer (TC). Most cancer predisposition genes identified through GWASs fun...

    Authors: Hauke Thomsen, Bowang Chen, Gisella Figlioli, Rossella Elisei, Cristina Romei, Monica Cipollini, Alfonso Cristaudo, Franco Bambi, Per Hoffmann, Stefan Herms, Stefano Landi, Kari Hemminki, Federica Gemignani and Asta Försti

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2016 16:227

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    “Biomarker-driven targeted therapy,” the practice of tailoring patients’ treatment to the expression/activity levels of disease-specific genes/proteins, remains challenging. For example, while the anti-ERBB2 m...

    Authors: Hae Ryung Chang, Hee Seo Park, Young Zoo Ahn, Seungyoon Nam, Hae Rim Jung, Sungjin Park, Sang Jin Lee, Curt Balch, Garth Powis, Ja-Lok Ku and Yon Hui Kim

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2016 16:200

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    In past, numerous quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) based models have been developed for predicting anticancer activity for a specific class of molecules against different cancer drug targets...

    Authors: Harinder Singh, Rahul Kumar, Sandeep Singh, Kumardeep Chaudhary, Ankur Gautam and Gajendra P. S. Raghava

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2016 16:77

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    Cell fusion is a fast and highly efficient technique for cells to acquire new properties. The fusion of somatic cells with stem cells can reprogram somatic cells to a pluripotent state. Our research on the fus...

    Authors: Ran Wang, Shuxun Chen, Changxian Li, Kevin Tak Pan Ng, Chi-wing Kong, Jinping Cheng, Shuk Han Cheng, Ronald A. Li, Chung Mau Lo, Kwan Man and Dong Sun

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2016 16:56

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    The mixture of volatile organic compounds in the headspace gas of urine may be able to distinguish lung cancer patients from relevant control populations.

    Authors: Peter J. Mazzone, Xiao-Feng Wang, Sung Lim, Humberto Choi, James Jett, Anil Vachani, Qi Zhang, Mary Beukemann, Meredith Seeley, Ray Martino and Paul Rhodes

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:1001

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    EGFR is important in maintaining metabolic homeostasis in healthy cells, but in tumors it activates downstream signaling pathways, causing proliferation, angiogenesis, invasion and metastasis. Consequently, EG...

    Authors: Sidra Younis, Qamar Javed and Miroslav Blumenberg

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:369

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  10. Content type: Technical advance

    Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are malignant cells that have migrated from solid cancers into the blood, where they are typically present in rare numbers. There is great interest in using CTCs to monitor respo...

    Authors: Daniel E Campton, Arturo B Ramirez, Joshua J Nordberg, Nick Drovetto, Alisa C Clein, Paulina Varshavskaya, Barry H Friemel, Steve Quarre, Amy Breman, Michael Dorschner, Sibel Blau, C Anthony Blau, Daniel E Sabath, Jackie L Stilwell and Eric P Kaldjian

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:360

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    Histologically similar tumors even from the same anatomical position may still show high variability at molecular level hindering analysis of genome-wide data. Leveling the analysis to a gene regulatory networ...

    Authors: Chengyu Liu, Riku Louhimo, Marko Laakso, Rainer Lehtonen and Sampsa Hautaniemi

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:319

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    Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma (ICC) is a highly aggressive tumor of the bile duct, and a significant public health problem in East Asia, where it is associated with infection by the parasite Opisthorchis viverr...

    Authors: Jordan Plieskatt, Gabriel Rinaldi, Yanjun Feng, Jin Peng, Samantha Easley, Xinying Jia, Jeremy Potriquet, Chawalit Pairojkul, Vajarabhongsa Bhudhisawasdi, Banchob Sripa, Paul J Brindley, Jeffrey Bethony and Jason Mulvenna

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:309

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    Mounting evidence demonstrates a causal role for S100 proteins in tumourigenesis and several S100 isoforms have shown utility as biomarkers of several types of cancer. The S100 family is comprised of 21 small ...

    Authors: Juan Martínez-Aguilar, Roderick Clifton-Bligh and Mark P Molloy

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:199

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    Cancers of unknown primary (CUPs) constitute ~5% of all cancers. The tumors have an aggressive biological and clinical behavior. The aim of the present study has been to uncover whether CUPs exhibit distinct m...

    Authors: Jonas Vikeså, Anne Kirstine H Møller, Bogumil Kaczkowski, Rehannah Borup, Ole Winther, Ricardo Henao, Anders Krogh, Katharina Perell, Flemming Jensen, Gedske Daugaard and Finn C Nielsen

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:151

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    Colorectal cancer is one of the major causes of cancer mortality world-wide. Prevention would improve if at-risk subjects could be identified. The aim of this study was to characterise plasma protein biomarker...

    Authors: Michela Bertuzzi, Cristina Marelli, Renzo Bagnati, Alessandro Colombi, Roberto Fanelli, Calogero Saieva, Marco Ceroti, Benedetta Bendinelli, Saverio Caini, Luisa Airoldi and Domenico Palli

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:56

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    The evolution of mutations in the BCR-ABL1 fusion gene transcript renders CML patients resistant to tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) based therapy. Thus screening for BCR-ABL1 mutations is recommended particularly...

    Authors: Lucia Cavelier, Adam Ameur, Susana Häggqvist, Ida Höijer, Nicola Cahill, Ulla Olsson-Strömberg and Monica Hermanson

    Citation: BMC Cancer 2015 15:45

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