Kinome RNAi Screens Reveal Synergistic Targeting of MTOR and FGFR1 Pathways for Treatment of Lung Cancer and HNSCC.

@article{Singleton2015KinomeRS,
  title={Kinome RNAi Screens Reveal Synergistic Targeting of MTOR and FGFR1 Pathways for Treatment of Lung Cancer and HNSCC.},
  author={Katherine R. Singleton and Trista K. Hinz and Emily K. Kleczko and Lindsay A. Marek and Jeff W. Kwak and Taylor Harp and Jihye Kim and Aik Choon Tan and Lynn E. Heasley},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={2015},
  volume={75 20},
  pages={4398-406}
}
The FGFR1 is a therapeutic target under investigation in multiple solid tumors and clinical trials of selective tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKI) are underway. Treatment with a single TKI represents a logical step toward personalized cancer therapy, but intrinsic and acquired resistance mechanisms limit their long-term benefit. In this study, we deployed RNAi-based functional genomic screens to identify protein kinases controlling the intrinsic sensitivity of FGFR1-dependent lung cancer and head… CONTINUE READING
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