Danny Temko
Danny Temko
MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge
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Evolutionary history of human colitis-associated colorectal cancer
AM Baker, W Cross, K Curtius, I Al Bakir, CHR Choi, HL Davis, D Temko, ...
Gut 68 (6), 985-995, 2019
The evolutionary landscape of colorectal tumorigenesis
W Cross, M Kovac, V Mustonen, D Temko, H Davis, AM Baker, S Biswas, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (10), 1661-1672, 2018
The effects of mutational processes and selection on driver mutations across cancer types
D Temko, IPM Tomlinson, S Severini, B Schuster-Böckler, TA Graham
Nature communications 9 (1), 1857, 2018
Somatic POLE exonuclease domain mutations are early events in sporadic endometrial and colorectal carcinogenesis, determining driver mutational landscape …
D Temko, IC Van Gool, E Rayner, M Glaire, S Makino, M Brown, ...
The Journal of Pathology 245 (3), 283-296, 2018
Barcoded bulk QTL mapping reveals highly polygenic and epistatic architecture of complex traits in yeast
ANN Ba, KR Lawrence, A Rego-Costa, S Gopalakrishnan, D Temko, ...
Elife 11, e73983, 2022
JAK–STAT Signaling in Inflammatory Breast Cancer Enables Chemotherapy-Resistant Cell States
LE Stevens, G Peluffo, X Qiu, D Temko, A Fassl, Z Li, A Trinh, ...
Cancer Research 83 (2), 264-284, 2023
Spatial intra-tumor heterogeneity is associated with survival of lung adenocarcinoma patients
HJ Wu, D Temko, Z Maliga, AL Moreira, E Sei, DC Minussi, J Dean, C Lee, ...
Cell genomics 2 (8), 2022
Mathematical modeling links pregnancy-associated changes and breast cancer risk
D Temko, YK Cheng, K Polyak, F Michor
Cancer research 77 (11), 2800-2809, 2017
Measuring single cell divisions in human cancers from multi-region sequencing data
B Werner, J Case, MJ Williams, K Chkhaidze, D Temko, ...
BioRxiv, 560243, 2019
Heterogeneity and transcriptional drivers of triple-negative breast cancer
B Jovanović, D Temko, LE Stevens, M Seehawer, A Fassl, K Murphy, ...
Cell reports 42 (12), 2023
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