Gryte Satas
Gryte Satas
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TitleCited byYear
Quantifying tumor heterogeneity in whole-genome and whole-exome sequencing data
L Oesper, G Satas, BJ Raphael
Bioinformatics 30 (24), 3532-3540, 2014
812014
Inferring the mutational history of a tumor using multi-state perfect phylogeny mixtures
M El-Kebir, G Satas, L Oesper, BJ Raphael
Cell systems 3 (1), 43-53, 2016
742016
Inferring parsimonious migration histories for metastatic cancers
M El-Kebir, G Satas, BJ Raphael
Nature Genetics 50, 718–726, 2018
292018
Tumor phylogeny inference using tree-constrained importance sampling
G Satas, BJ Raphael
Bioinformatics 33 (14), i152-i160, 2017
232017
Calder: Inferring phylogenetic trees from longitudinal tumor samples
MA Myers, G Satas, BJ Raphael
Cell systems 8 (6), 514-522. e5, 2019
82019
The clonal evolution of metastatic osteosarcoma as shaped by cisplatin treatment
SW Brady, X Ma, A Bahrami, G Satas, G Wu, S Newman, M Rusch, ...
Molecular Cancer Research 17 (4), 895-906, 2019
82019
Haplotype phasing in single-cell DNA-sequencing data
G Satas, BJ Raphael
Bioinformatics 34 (13), i211-i217, 2018
32018
Inferring tumor evolution from longitudinal samples
MA Myers, G Satas, BJ Raphael
bioRxiv, 526814, 2019
12019
Multi-state perfect phylogeny mixture deconvolution and applications to cancer sequencing
M El-Kebir, G Satas, L Oesper, BJ Raphael
arXiv preprint arXiv:1604.02605, 2016
12016
Single-cell tumor phylogeny inference with copy-number constrained mutation losses
G Satas, S Zaccaria, G Mon, BJ Raphael
bioRxiv, 840355, 2019
2019
Phylogeny tree generation from mixed samples
BJ Raphael, M El-Kebir, G Satas
US Patent App. 15/858,333, 2018
2018
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