Rembrandt: helping personalized medicine become a reality through integrative translational research.

@article{Madhavan2009RembrandtHP,
  title={Rembrandt: helping personalized medicine become a reality through integrative translational research.},
  author={Subha Madhavan and Jean-Claude Zenklusen and Yuri Kotliarov and Himanso Sahni and Howard A. Fine and Kenneth E Buetow},
  journal={Molecular cancer research : MCR},
  year={2009},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={157-67}
}
Finding better therapies for the treatment of brain tumors is hampered by the lack of consistently obtained molecular data in a large sample set and the ability to integrate biomedical data from disparate sources enabling translation of therapies from bench to bedside. Hence, a critical factor in the advancement of biomedical research and clinical translation is the ease with which data can be integrated, redistributed, and analyzed both within and across functional domains. Novel biomedical… CONTINUE READING
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