Additional file 14: of Probabilistic modeling of personalized drug combinations from integrated chemical screen and molecular data in sarcoma

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Figure S14. Heat map of IC50 and EC50 values for Pediatric Preclinical Testing Initiative Version 3 drug screen compounds inhibiting mutated and expressed targets in PCB490. Red in the IC50 and EC50 tables indicates low IC50 and EC50 values, respectively. No single target or combination of targets showed uniform efficacy across all PCB490 cultures, suggesting variations alone or in conjunction with transcriptome sequencing would not have identified actionable therapeutic targets. Heat values in the IC50 section of the table represent drug sensitivities as IC50 values, between 1 nM (red) and 6 μM or above (white). Heat values in the EC50 section of the table represent quantified drug-target interaction between chemical agents and gene targets, quantified as 50% inhibitory concentrations between 1 nM (red) and 6 μM or above (white), with grey representing no interaction. (TIF 13895 kb)
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