Online database aims to collect, organize research on cancer mutations

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed an online 'knowledgebase' intended for the gathering and organization of this information so that clinicians have improved chances of identifying important mutations in a patient's tumor and potentially connecting genetic errors with drugs known to target them. The online resource, called CIViC, is described Jan. 30 in Nature Genetics.

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