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Cancer Target Discovery and Development (CTD²) Network

The Cancer Target Discovery and Development (CTD²) Network, also known as C-T-D-Squared, is a functional genomics initiative that bridges the gap between genomics and development of effective therapeutics. The Network aims to understand tumor development, heterogeneity, drug resistance, and metastasis to develop optimal combinations of chemotherapy with immunotherapy.

  • CTD² Data Portal

    Functional genomics data generated by CTD² Network researchers are available for the community. Access the raw primary data through the CTD² Data Portal.

  • Analytical Tools

    The Cancer Target Discovery and Development (CTD²) Network develops tools for analyzing and visualizing genomic datasets and make them accessible for the research community.

  • CTD² Centers

    The Cancer Target Discovery and Development (CTD²) Network consists of 6 functional genomics research centers that work independently and collaboratively as a Network.

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