In previous blog postings, I’ve mentioned the fact that I’m a fan of the Mendeley website. It’s a great tool to let scientists share papers that are considered significant to a particular area of study. In my case, I’m interested in cancer biology, so I started a Pancreatic Cancer Genomics Group in Mendeley. Each week, I review a number of papers found by my PubMed search agent, and post the ones that look most promising to the group. In later posts, I’ll show how to use the Mendeley API to mine the papers. But for now, please feel free to join the group.
This weeks postings include:
- Genetic evolution of pancreatic cancer: lessons learnt from the pancreatic cancer genome sequencing project.
- Modulation of Pancreatic Cancer Chemoresistance by Inhibition of TAK1.
- The effects and mechanisms of blockage of STAT3 signaling pathway on IL-6 inducing EMT in human pancreatic cancer cells in vitro.
- Identification of genetic alterations in pancreatic cancer by the combined use of tissue microdissection and array-based comparative genomic hybridisation.
- Genome-wide analysis of pancreatic cancer using microarray-based techniques.
- An update on molecular research of pancreatic adenocarcinoma.