Phosphoproteomic Patterns as a Novel Biomarker for Aurora and Polo-like Kinase Inhibitors in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
The investigators have characterized in preclinical Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC)
models the proteomic expression profile associated with exposure to Aurora and Polo-like
kinase inhibitors. The identification of proteomic expression patterns in patients with
NSCLC would be an important step in defining the possible role of these agents as potential
targeted therapies for this clinically important disease. This study proposes to evaluate
resected non-small cell lung cancer specimens for these proteomic expression profiles.
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