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In PLoS Computational Biology this week, researchers in British Columbia led by Sohrab Shah report on a computational method they developed to detect novel gene fusions in cancer transcriptomes. The researchers say that their method, called deFuse, "considers all alignments and all possible locations for fusion boundaries" in contrast to others that only look for boundaries at the ends of exons.

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