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Combining Causal and Correlative Approaches to Discover Response Biomarkers to Paclitaxel

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February 21, 2024
PRESS RELEASE: On February 8, 2024, a new research perspective was published in Oncotarget, entitled, “Combining causal and correlative approaches to discover biomarkers of response to paclitaxel.” continue reading »

NTRK Gene Fusion in Papillary Thyroid Cancer: A Clinicogenomic Biobank and Record Linkage Study From Finland

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February 19, 2024
PRESS RELEASE: On February 5, 2024, a new research paper was published in Oncotarget, entitled, “Neurotrophic-tyrosine receptor kinase gene fusion in papillary thyroid cancer: A clinicogenomic biobank and record linkage study from Finland.” continue reading »

Oncotarget’s Top 10 Papers Published in 2023 (Crossref Data)

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February 15, 2024
Read Oncotarget’s Top 10 papers published in 2023 (based on data from Crossref). continue reading »

Genetic and Therapeutic Landscapes in Cohort of Pancreatic Adenocarcinomas Using NGS and Machine Learning

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February 14, 2024
PRESS RELEASE: On February 5, 2024, a new research paper was published in Oncotarget, entitled, “Genetic and therapeutic landscapes in cohort of pancreatic adenocarcinomas: next-generation sequencing and machine learning for full tumor exome analysis.” continue reading »

Differential Expression of Mad2 Gene in Human Esophageal Cancer

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February 12, 2024
PRESS RELEASE: On February 5, 2024, a new research paper was published in Oncotarget, entitled, “Differential expression of Mad2 gene is consequential to the patterns of histone H3 post-translational modifications in its promoter region in human esophageal cancer samples.” continue reading »