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Consistency in drug response profiling

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Figure 1: Consistency between drug response profiles across FIMM, CCLE and CGP.

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Mpindi, J., Yadav, B., Östling, P. et al. Consistency in drug response profiling. Nature 540, E5–E6 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature20171

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