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CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – Bioinformaticians at Georgetown University Medical Center are expecting to see an uptick in genome-based research into brain cancers — even with data that is more than a decade old — thanks to the public release of an enhanced version of a dataset formerly hosted by the National Cancer Institute.

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