Bone cancer: Is the osteosarcoma genome targetable?

04:41 EDT 5 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

The osteosarcoma genome has long been known to be complex, with few common features between tumours. However, a growing number of somatic genome studies, including a recent study by Behjati et al., have identified common themes in subsets of these cancers. The data suggest that subsets of somatic signatures could be therapeutically tractable targets.

Original Article: Bone cancer: Is the osteosarcoma genome targetable?


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