Cancer Genomics Browser

Researchers in the Haussler lab have developed a Cancer Genomics Browser that provides a new way to visualize and analyze data from studies aimed at improving cancer treatment by unraveling the complex genetic roots of the disease.

The browser is a suite of web-based tools designed to help researchers find patterns in the huge amounts of clinical and genomic data being gathered in large-scale cancer studies. Medical researchers hope to identify genetic signatures and other "biomarkers" in cancer cells that can be used to predict how an individual patient will respond to different therapies throughout the course of their treatment.

Read more about cancer genomics here.

 

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