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Duo to conduct ‘molecular ‘omics’ study of breast cancer
January 2010
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BANGALORE, India—Strand Life Sciences announced in December that it will collaborate with the Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) to conduct an in-depth "molecular 'omics" study of breast cancer in the Indian population.
 
The study, which will involve more than 300 Indian women with breast cancer, aims to generate prognostic molecular signatures responsible for response to various therapies and treatments, metastasis, relapse and disease-free survival of affected Indian women.
 
The project team in Bangalore will use breast tumor samples provided by Kidwai and profiled by Prof. P. Kondaiah's lab at IISc. The researchers will use Strand's in silico data analysis tools and bioinformatics tools to find and validate potential signatures that could lead to biomarkers. Strand says it will compare the study's results to publicly available data from Caucasian and African cohorts.  

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