A patient tumor transplant model of squamous cell cancer identifies PI3K inhibitors as candidate therapeutics in defined molecular bins

Stephen B. Keysar, David P. Astling, Ryan T. Anderson, Brian W. Vogler, Daniel W. Bowles, J. Jason Morton, Jeramiah J. Paylor, Magdalena J. Glogowska, Phuong N. Le, Justin R. Eagles-Soukup, Severine L. Kako, Sarah M. Takimoto, Daniel B. Sehrt, Adrian Umpierrez, Morgan A. Pittman, Sarah M. Macfadden, Ryan M. Helber, Scott Peterson, Diana F. Hausman, Sherif SaidTed H. Leem, Julie A. Goddard, John J. Arcaroli, Wells A. Messersmith, William A. Robinson, Fred R. Hirsch, Marileila Varella-Garcia, David Raben, Xiao Jing Wang, John I. Song, Aik Choon Tan, Antonio Jimeno

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