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Patient-derived xenografts as compatible models for precision oncology

Cho SY

Cancer is a very heterogeneous disease, displaying heterogeneity between patients (inter-tumoral heterogeneity) and heterogeneity within a patient (intra-tumoral heterogeneity). Precision oncology is a diagnostic and therapeutic approach for cancers based...
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In Vitro Modeling of the Tumor Microenvironment in Tumor Organoids

Devarasetty M, Forsythe SD, Shelkey E, Soker S

BACKGROUND: The tumor microenvironment (TME) represents the many components occupying the space within and surrounding a tumor, including cells, signaling factors, extracellular matrix, and vasculature. Each component has the potential...
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The Generation and Application of Patient-Derived Xenograft Model for Cancer Research

Jung J, Seol HS, Chang S

Establishing an appropriate preclinical model is crucial for translational cancer research. The most common way that has been adopted by far is grafting cancer cell lines, derived from patients. Although...
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