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Klijn, C. (author), Koudijs, M.J. (author), Kool, J. (author), Ten Hoeve, J. (author), Boer, M. (author), De Moes, J. (author), Akhtar, W. (author), Van Miltenburg, M. (author), Vendel-Zwaagstra, A. (author), Reinders, M.J.T. (author), Adams, D.J. (author), Van Lohuizen, M. (author), Hilkens, J. (author), Wessels, L.F.A. (author), Jonkers, J. (author)
Cancer develops through a multistep process in which normal cells progress to malignant tumors via the evolution of their genomes as a result of the acquisition of mutations in cancer driver genes. The number, identity and mode of action of cancer driver genes, and how they contribute to tumor evolution is largely unknown. This study deployed...
journal article 2013
De Ridder, J. (author), Kool, J. (author), Uren, A. (author), Bot, J. (author), Wessels, L. (author), Reinders, M. (author)
Motivation: Cancers are caused by an accumulation of multiple independent mutations that collectively deregulate cellular pathways, e.g. such as those regulating cell division and cell-death. The publicly available Retroviral Tagged Cancer Gene Database (RTCGD) contains the data of many insertional mutagenesis screens, in which the virally...
journal article 2007
De Ridder, J. (author), Uren, A. (author), Kool, J. (author), Reinders, M. (author), Wessels, L. (author)
Retroviral insertional mutagenesis screens, which identify genes involved in tumor development in mice, have yielded a substantial number of retroviral integration sites, and this number is expected to grow substantially due to the introduction of high-throughput screening techniques. The data of various retroviral insertional mutagenesis...
journal article 2006