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Connecting genotype to phenotype is fundamental in biomedical research and in our understanding of disease. Phenomics--the large-scale quantitative phenotypic analysis of genotypes on a genome-wide scale--connects automated data generation with the development of novel tools for phenotype data integration, mining and visualization. Our yeast phenomics(More)
The selective thrombosis of tumor blood vessels, leading to the starvation and subsequent death of tumor cells, is an attractive anticancer strategy. Here we report that a fusion protein, consisting of an antibody fragment specific for the oncofoetal ED-B domain of fibronectin fused to the extracellular domain of tissue factor, selectively targets tumor(More)
One way to improve the selectivity of therapeutic molecules in clinical oncology would be to target them on the tumour site, thereby sparing normal tissues. The development of targeted therapeutic methodologies relies in most cases on the availability of binding molecules specific for tumour-associated markers. The display of repertoires of polypeptides on(More)
Interleukin-12 (IL-12) is a heterodimeric cytokine with potent immunostimulatory activity and anti-angiogenic properties. Its clinical applications are limited, however, by severe side-effects. Here we report that an IL-12 fusion protein, consisting of IL-12 fused to a human antibody fragment specific to the oncofetal ED-B domain of fibronectin, markedly(More)
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