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 Symposium 4 - Collection of data - Genetic Library $10.00   
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# Presentation Speaker
1 How was the Cancer Genome Atlas was developed and how is it being used? A. Boussioutas (Melbourne)
2 How was COSMIC developed and how is it being used? D.G. Beer (Ann Arbor)
3 How useful is tumour analysis? A. Barbour (Brisbane)
4 How is the UK Barretts Registry run and used? C. Caygill (London)
5 What databases and systems are based at NCI? D. Seminara (Bethesda)
6 How is the Mayo Clinic Esophageal Adenocarcinoma and Barrett?s Esophagus (EABE) Registry curated and how is it used? Y. Romero (Rochester, MN)
7 What is the role of p53 database in cancer? D. Kandioler (Vienna)
8 How will genetic data from the Linxian Cancer Prevention Study prevent cancer? C.C. Abnet (NCI Bethesda)
9 What software is available for curation of variation databases? M. Vihinen (Lund)
10 What is the value of association studies in Barretts? Y. Romero (Rochester, MN)
11 What is the role of epigenetics in cancer? N.S. Buttar (Rochester)
12 What is ideal way of coordinating collection and analysis of genomic data? Xifeng Wu (Houston)


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