Targeting the base-excision repair pathway results in enhanced synthetic lethality following inhibition of thymidylate metabolism in colorectal cancer cells.

Robbie Carson, Craig Davison, Melanie McKechnie, Jaime Antonio Oliver Esteve, Xanthi Stachtea, Melissa LaBonte Wilson, Robert Ladner

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventEuropean Alliance for Personalised Medicine Conference : “Personalising your Health: A Global Imperative” - Belfast, United Kingdom
Duration: 25 Nov 201729 Nov 2017

Conference

ConferenceEuropean Alliance for Personalised Medicine Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBelfast
Period25/11/201729/11/2017

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Carson, R., Davison, C., McKechnie, M., Oliver Esteve, J. A., Stachtea, X., LaBonte Wilson, M., & Ladner, R. (2017). Targeting the base-excision repair pathway results in enhanced synthetic lethality following inhibition of thymidylate metabolism in colorectal cancer cells.. Poster session presented at European Alliance for Personalised Medicine Conference , Belfast, United Kingdom.