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The UCSC Cancer Genomics Browser: update 2013.

Nucleic acids research | Jan 20, 2013

The UCSC Cancer Genomics Browser (https://genome-cancer.ucsc.edu/) is a set of web-based tools to display, investigate and analyse cancer genomics data and its associated clinical information. The browser provides whole-genome to base-pair level views of several different types of genomics data, including some next-generation sequencing platforms. The ability to view multiple datasets together allows users to make comparisons across different data and cancer types. Biological pathways, collections of genes, genomic or clinical information can be used to sort, aggregate and zoom into a group of samples. We currently display an expanding set of data from various sources, including 201 datasets from 22 TCGA (The Cancer Genome Atlas) cancers as well as data from Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia and Stand Up To Cancer. New features include a completely redesigned user interface with an interactive tutorial and updated documentation. We have also added data downloads, additional clinical heatmap features, and an updated Tumor Image Browser based on Google Maps. New security features allow authenticated users access to private datasets hosted by several different consortia through the public website.

Pubmed ID: 23109555 RIS Download

Mesh terms: Cell Line, Tumor | Databases, Genetic | Genomics | Humans | Internet | Neoplasms

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A biomedical and genomic research center that is independently governed that encompasses three types of organizational units: core member laboratories, programs and platforms which work together and with other collaborators to tackle critical problems in human biology and disease. Data and cutting edge software tools are generated and developed, and these tools analyze those data (increasingly large genome-related datasets) which is shared openly with the scientific community. The Broad faculty includes core members and associate members. All associate members hold primary appointments in a home department at one of the partner institutions, but are deeply involved in the scientific work and culture of the Broad Institute. It is formally affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and its affiliated hospitals.

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