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Description: 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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Additional information about the first seven Replication Studies published in eLife. can be found here. The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology is a collaboration between Science Exchange and the Center for Open Science, and is independently replicating a subset of experimental results from a substantial number of high-profile cancer biology studies published between 2010-2012 using the S...

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  • Study 2: Sharma et al. 2010, Cell


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  • Study 3: Gupta et al. 2010, Nature


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  • Study 6: Kan et al. 2010, Nature


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  • Study 10: Carro et al. 2010, Nature


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  • Study 11: Nazarian et al. 2010, Nature


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  • Study 13: Kim et al. 2010, Cell


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  • Study 15: Replication of Sugahara et al., 2010 (Science)

    Mantis, Kandela, Aird & 5 more

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  • Study 16: Replication of Ward et al., 2010 (Cancer Cell)

    Showalter, Hatakeyama, Cajka & 7 more

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  • Study 17: Ko et al. 2010, Nature


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  • Study 18: Zuber et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 19: Replication of Delmore et al., 2011 (Cell)

    Aird, Kandela, Mantis & 5 more

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  • Study 22: Raj et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 23: Possemato et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 24: Tay et al. 2011, Cell


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  • Study 25: Xu et al. 2011, Cancer Cell


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  • Study 26: De Nicola et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 27: Zhu et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 30: Qian et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 31: Sumazin et al. 2011, Cell


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  • Study 32: Chaffer et al. 2011, PNAS


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  • Study 33: Opitz et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 34: Kang et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 35: Chen et al. 2012, Nature


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  • Study 36: Driessens et al. 2012, Nature


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  • Study 38: Schepers et al. 2012, Science


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  • Study 41: Replication of Arthur et al., 2012 (Science)

    Eaton, Pirani, Snitkin & 5 more

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  • Study 43: Malanchi et al. 2012, Nature


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  • Study 44: Replication of Berger et al., 2012 (Nature)

    Horrigan, Courville, Sampey & 7 more

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  • Study 45: Prahallad et al. 2012, Nature


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  • Study 46: Wilson et al. 2012, Nature


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  • Study 47: Lu et al. 2012, Nature


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  • Study 49: Lee et al. 2012, Cell


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  • Study 51: Crasta et. al. 2012, Nature


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  • Study 52: Png et al. 2011, Nature


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  • Study 53: Metallo et al. 2012, Nature


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