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Tirosh Lab Jul 25
A nice read on aka Mapping weak spots in cancer
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Emanuel Gonçalves Nov 21
Our most recent work is now up on describing a ‘Minimal Genome-wide Human CRISPR-Cas9 Library’
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Sanger Institute Dec 20
Combining the two largest CRISPR-Cas9 cancer screens will help to speed up the discovery and development of new cancer drugs.
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Emanuel Gonçalves Jan 15
Our latest is up on “Drug mechanism-of-action discovery through the integration of pharmacological and CRISPR screens”. Great collaboration between and
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Sanger Institute Jul 25
A new, freely available data set of cancer cell lines & drug responses is the largest in the 🌍 Find out more about the Genomics of Drug Sensitivity in Cancer project here ⬇️
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Sanger Institute Dec 29
Congrats again to Mathew Garnett, who was awarded the Innovation Award for his work in
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DepMap May 14
May flowers are blooming and our data sets are growing!🌷20Q2 release is now available! Check it out at !
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Sanger Institute Oct 8
Congratulations to Mathew Garnett, who has won the Innovation Award for his work with in producing cultures to accelerate cancer research 🧫🔬
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Saez-Rodriguez Group 11 Apr 19
Behan, Iorio, Picco et al. Prioritization of cancer therapeutic targets using CRISPR–Cas9 screens - led by & Yusa labs, genome-wide CRISPR screens in 324 cell lines w analyses from our former
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Garnett Lab 28 Nov 18
New tool to guide design of gene editing experiments by predicting outcome from Cas9 breaks . lab . Check out related CRISPR tools at ().
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Sanger Institute Feb 15
By understanding tumours at a genetic level, drugs will be designed to target the weaknesses in every type of cancer cell ✍️ Science Writer
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Sanger Institute Jul 26
The Genomics of Drug Sensitivity in Cancer project will help identify which drugs will best treat a patient’s particular cancer
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DepMap Aug 9
REPURPOSING HUB DATA AND PREPRINT NOW OUT!! See how >4500 existing compounds performed when used across >550 cancer cell lines 💊 , data can be found on the portal:
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Cancer Dependency Map Sanger Mar 3
New data release from GDSC project includes 60,434 new IC50 values from 70 additional compounds. The total dataset now includes 446,000 dose response curves for 565 drugs. All available through the GDSC data portal: @https://www.cancerrxgene.org/
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Garnett Lab Apr 23
My webinar on using functional genomics for cancer drug discovery is now available to view here: . Join me for a live Q&A at 1pm today.
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Broad Institute 1 Apr 19
Jesse Boehm () is at Booth #3048 to talk all things . Catch him while you can! And for more on the Cancer Dependency Map (), check out their portal:
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Garnett Lab Dec 20
Congratulations to and for leading this collaborative study with and teams showing agreement between two large CRISPR datasets. This lays the foundation for future integration and analysis.
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Open Targets 20 May 19
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Garnett Lab Oct 29
Come join us and work on this exciting project at the interface of immunoncology and functional genomics. Translational science to try and help patients.
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Garnett Lab 22h
This is great work by working collaboratively to bring together an integrated dataset for 800 cell lines. Have fun everyone who, like us, enjoys working with these rich datasets!
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