Colorectal Cancer Subtyping Consortium (CRCSC) identification of a consensus of molecular subtypes.

@inproceedings{Dienstmann2014ColorectalCS,
  title={Colorectal Cancer Subtyping Consortium (CRCSC) identification of a consensus of molecular subtypes.},
  author={Rodrigo Dienstmann and Justin Guinney and Mauro Delorenzi and Aur{\'e}lien de Reyni{\`e}s and Paul Roepman and Anguraj Sadanandam and Louis Vermeulen and Andreas Schlicker and Edoardo Missiaglia and Charlotte Soneson and Laetitia Marisa and Krisztian Homicsko and Xin Wang and I. Gaspar y Simon and Pierre Laurent-Puig and Lodewyk F. A. Wessels and Jan Paul Medema and Scott Kopetz and Stephen H. Friend and Sabine Tejpar},
  year={2014}
}
3511 Background: Recently, a number of independent groups reported novel molecular subtypes in colorectal cancer (CRC). A formal comparison across these classifiers is needed to reconcile findings and accelerate clinical translation. The CRCSC was formed to identify a consensus among the subtyping systems through large scale data sharing and meta-analysis. Methods: The CRCSC consists of 6 groups (15+ institutions) that analyzed more than 30 patient cohorts with gene expression data, spanning… CONTINUE READING

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