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Discrepancies in drug sensitivity

Large panels of human cancer cell lines have been profiled at the DNA, RNA and pharmacological levels to accelerate the search for cancer therapies. But two of those large data sets show only partial concordance. See Analysis p.389

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Figure 1: Study comparison.

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Weinstein, J., Lorenzi, P. Discrepancies in drug sensitivity. Nature 504, 381–383 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature12839

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