Pancreatic Cancer Genomics Group

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:

And many more…

About Mark Fortner

I write software for scientists doing drug discovery and cancer research. I'm interested in Design Thinking, Agile Software Development, Web Components, Java, Javascript, Groovy, Grails, MongoDB, Firebase, microservices, the Semantic Web Drug Discovery and Cancer Biology.
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