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Copy number alteration databases | Genome annotation

Cancer is known to have abundant copy number alterations (CNAs) that greatly contribute to its pathogenesis and progression. Investigation of CNA regions could potentially help identify oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and infer cancer mechanisms.

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(Cao et al., 2011) CaSNP: a database for interrogating copy number alterations of cancer genome from SNP array data. Nucleic Acids Res.

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