C-TASC Launches Online Database to Make Gene Data More Accessible to Researchers | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

Clinical Trials & Surveys Corporation this week announced it would make available online raw and processed gene data for use by clinical researchers.

Under its new program, C-TASC will accept gene data from investigators in either raw or processed format, and upload it to an online, searchable database, called StudyCTMS, which will be accessible to all researchers. Investigators can search the database and request to use the samples in their studies.

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