CHICAGO (GenomeWeb News) – As members of The Cancer Genome Atlas continue to characterize tumors, those involved in the effort are also looking beyond an already large catalog of cancer-associated genomic glitches, considering additional cancer features for profiling as well as ways of applying data that are available already.

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