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An international team led by investigators at the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital introduces a resource for interpreting variant information in children with cancer. The free, online, cloud-based platform — known as "Pediatric Cancer Variant Pathogenicity Information Exchange," or PeCanPIE — is designed for finding, annotating, and ranking potentially pathogenic variants based on variant call format files or individual variant data, the researchers explain.

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