Modeling cellular response in large-scale radiogenomic databases to advance precision radiotherapy

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Authors Venkata Sk Manem, Meghan Lambie, +6 authors Scott V. Bratman
Journal/Conference Name bioRxiv
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Paper Abstract Radiotherapy is integral to the care of a majority of cancer patients. Despite differences in tumor responses to radiation (radioresponse), dose prescriptions are not currently tailored to individual patients. Recent large-scale cancer cell line databases hold the promise of unravelling the complex molecular arrangements underlying cellular response to radiation, which is critical to novel predictive biomarker discovery. Here, we present RadioGx, a computational platform for integrative analyses of radioresponse using radiogenomic databases. We first used RadioGx to investigate the robustness of radioresponse assays and indicators. We then combined radioresponse and genome-wide molecular data with established radiobiological models to predict molecular pathways that are relevant for individual tissue types and conditions. We also applied RadioGx to pharmacogenomic data to identify several classes of drugs whose effects correlate with radioresponse. RadioGx provides a unique computational toolbox to advance preclinical research for radiation oncology and precision medicine.
Date of publication 2018
Code Programming Language R

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