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Old 03-01-2012, 10:16 AM   #1
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Default Cancer Biology articles, my list

I'm collecting a list of articles on next generation sequencing and cancer Starting with these 3

Applications of second generation sequencing to cancer genomics by Keith Robison (a forum member here, see krobison)
doi 10.1093/bib/bbg013

Methods, Challenges, and Promise of Next Generation Sequencing in Cancer Biology
PMCID: PMC3238319

Cancer Genomics: Technology, Discovery, and Translation
doi: 10.1200/JCO.2011.39.2316
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Elaine Mardis at WashU has tons of papers on this.
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Yes, each of the articles above cites a different subset of those.
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I once kept a list of references in case I tried to write a sequel, but the primary literature on this is expanding by several each week, so I gave up. Just the Nature family (mothership, Nature Genetics, Nature Methods, Nature Biotechnology) probably pumps out a dozen or so per month; Science isn't far behind and even Cell & Cancer Cell have published a bunch.
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Deep Search for Next Generation Sequencing:

(warning, launches about 15 windows ...)
https://cgwb.nci.nih.gov/cgi-bin/com...n%20sequencing
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I once kept a list of references in case I tried to write a sequel, but the primary literature on this is expanding by several each week, so I gave up. Just the Nature family (mothership, Nature Genetics, Nature Methods, Nature Biotechnology) probably pumps out a dozen or so per month; Science isn't far behind and even Cell & Cancer Cell have published a bunch.
Sent you a PM. Would love to get you involved (if you have time) in a project we are doing....
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