UK Launches Cancer Research Web Portal | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The UK's National Cancer Research Institute has launched a free web portal that gives researchers access to international research data.

The NCRI's Oncology Information Exchange, or ONIX, enables scientists and clinicians to find cancer-related data and information from genomics studies and clinical trials.

ONIX allows users to search cancer-related databases and includes information about what research is being carried out by which researchers.

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