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TumorFusions: an integrative resource for reporting cancer-associated transcript fusions in 33 tumor types
Frederick M. Lang,
Soo Hyun Lee,
Roel GW Verhaak
Posted 11 Jul 2017
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/162180 (published DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkx1018)
Posted 11 Jul 2017
We have comprehensively determined the presence of somatic transcript fusions in cancer. To do so, we analyzed RNAseq files across 33 tumor types, totaling 9,966 cancer samples and 648 non-neoplastic samples, accessible through The Cancer Genome Atlas. To validate the resultant fusions, we called somatic structural variations for 561 cancers from whole genome sequencing data. Our results can be accessed per our portal at http://www.tumorfusions.org.
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