In silico analysis of cell cycle progression.

@article{Juan2014InSA,
  title={In silico analysis of cell cycle progression.},
  author={G Alcazar Juan},
  journal={Cytometry. Part A : the journal of the International Society for Analytical Cytology},
  year={2014},
  volume={85 9},
  pages={
          741-2
        }
}
THE integration of computational models into cancer drug development adds to predicting and understanding cancer drug efficacy and toxicities early on, hence contributing to research efficiency and productivity. DNA replication and other kinetic events that occur during S-phase of the cell cycle are of great interest to both basic and clinical oncology researchers, and so quantitative analysis of DNA content has been around since the early years of flow cytometry. However, single parameter DNA… CONTINUE READING

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