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Description: The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology was an initiative to independently replicate selected experiments from a number of high-profile papers in the field of cancer biology. In the end 50 experiments from 23 papers were repeated. The final two outputs from the project recount in detail the challenges the project team encountered while repeating these experiments ('Challenges for assessing replicability in preclinical cancer biology':, and report the results of a meta-analysis that combined the results from all the experiments ('Investigating the replicability of preclinical cancer biology': The project was a collaboration between the Center for Open Science and Science Exchange with all papers published by eLife.

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Replication Studies

Selected results from a substantial number of high-profile papers in the field of cancer biology published between 2010 and 2012 are being replicated.

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Replication Data from the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology

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