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BIOINFORMATICS, ISSN 1367-4803, 07/2019, Volume 35, Issue 14, pp. I492 - I500
Motivation Somatic mutations result from processes related to DNA replication or environmental/lifestyle exposures. Knowing the activity of mutational... 
REPAIR DEFICIENCY | SIGNATURES | LANDSCAPE | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS | MATHEMATICAL & COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY | PATTERNS | TUMORS | SOMATIC MUTATIONS | DISCOVERY
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Bioinformatics, ISSN 1367-4803, 09/2018, Volume 34, Issue 17, pp. i972 - i980
Abstract Motivation The analysis of high-dimensional 'omics data is often informed by the use of biological interaction networks. For example, protein-protein... 
PATHWAYS | ALGORITHM | BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS | CANCER | DISCOVERY | NETWORK ANALYSIS | MUTUAL EXCLUSIVITY | GENETICS | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | PAGERANK | MATHEMATICAL & COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY | MUTATIONS | REVEALS | Eccb 2018 | European Conference on Computational Biology Proceedings
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2013, Volume 502, Issue 7471, pp. 333 - 339
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by Ley, Timothy J and Miller, Christopher and Ding, Li and Raphael, Benjamin J and Mungall, Andrew J and Robertson, Gordon and Hoadley, Katherine and Triche Jr, Timothy J and Laird, Peter W and Baty, Jack D and Fulton, Lucinda L and Fulton, Robert and Heath, Sharon E and Kalicki-Veizer, Joelle and Kandoth, Cyriac and Klco, Jeffery M and Koboldt, Daniel C and Kanchi, Krishna-Latha and Kulkarni, Shashikant and Lamprecht, Tamara L and Larson, David E and Lin, G and Lu, Charles and McLellan, Michael D and McMichael, Joshua F and Payton, Jacqueline and Schmidt, Heather and Spencer, David H and Tomasson, Michael H and Wallis, John W and Wartman, Lukas D and Watson, Mark A and Welch, John and Wendl, Michael C and Ally, Adrian and Balasundaram, Miruna and Birol, Inanc and Butterfield, Yaron and Chiu, Readman and Chu, Andy and Chuah, Eric and Chun, Hye-Jung and Corbett, Richard and Dhalla, Noreen and Guin, Ranabir and He, An and Hirst, Carrie and Hirst, Martin and Holt, Robert A and Jones, Steven and Karsan, Aly and Lee, Darlene and Li, Haiyan I and Marra, Marco A and Mayo, Michael and Moore, Richard A and Mungall, Karen and Parker, Jeremy and Pleasance, Erin and Plettner, Patrick and Schein, Jacquie and Stoll, Dominik and Swanson, Lucas and Tam, Angela and Thiessen, Nina and Varhol, Richard and Wye, Natasja and Zhao, Yongjun and Gabriel, Stacey and Getz, Gad and Sougnez, Carrie and Zou, Lihua and Leiserson, Mark D. M and Vandin, Fabio and Wu, Hsin-Ta and Applebaum, Frederick and Baylin, Stephen B and Akbani, Rehan and Broom, Bradley M and Chen, Ken and Motter, Thomas C and Nguyen, Khanh and Weinstein, John N and Zhang, Nianziang and Ferguson, Martin L and Adams, Christopher and Black, Aaron and Bowen, Jay and Gastier-Foster, Julie and Grossman, Thomas and Lichtenberg, Tara and Wise, Lisa and Davidsen, Tanja and Demchok, John A and Mills Shaw, Kenna R and Sheth, Margi and Sofia, Heidi J and Yang, Liming and Downing, James R and Eley, Greg and ... and The Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network and Canc Genome Atlas Res Network and Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network
The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 05/2013, Volume 368, Issue 22, pp. 2059 - 2074
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by Linehan, W. Marston and Spellman, Paul T and Ricketts, Christopher J and Creighton, Chad J and Fei, Suzanne S and Davis, Caleb and Wheeler, David A and Murray, Bradley A and Schmidt, Laura and Vocke, Cathy D and Peto, Myron and Al Mamun, Abu Amar M and Shinbrot, Eve and Sethi, Anurag and Brooks, Samira and Rathmell, W. Kimryn and Brooks, Angela N and Hoadley, Katherine A and Robertson, A. Gordon and Brooks, Denise and Bowlby, Reanne and Sadeghi, Sara and Shen, Hui and Weisenberger, Daniel J and Bootwalla, Moiz and Baylin, Stephen B and Laird, Peter W and Cherniack, Andrew D and Saksena, Gordon and Haake, Scott and Li, Jun and Liang, Han and Lu, Yiling and Mills, Gordon B and Akbani, Rehan and Leiserson, Mark D.M and Raphael, Benjamin J and Anur, Pavana and Bottaro, Donald and Albiges, Laurence and Barnabas, Nandita and Choueiri, Toni K and Czerniak, Bogdan and Godwin, Andrew K and Hakimi, A. Ari and Ho, Thai H and Hsieh, James and Ittmann, Michael and Kim, William Y and Krishnan, Bhavani and Merino, Maria J and Shaw, Kenna R. Mills and Reuter, Victor E and Reznik, Ed and Shelley, Carl S and Shuch, Brian and Signoretti, Sabina and Srinivasan, Ramaprasad and Tamboli, Pheroze and Thomas, George and Tickoo, Satish and Burnett, Kenneth and Crain, Daniel and Gardner, Johanna and Lau, Kevin and Mallery, David and Morris, Scott and Paulauskis, Joseph D and Penny, Robert J and Shelton, Candace and Shelton, W. Troy and Sherman, Mark and Thompson, Eric and Yena, Peggy and Avedon, Melissa T and Bowen, Jay and Gastier-Foster, Julie M and Gerken, Mark and Leraas, Kristen M and Lichtenberg, Tara M and Ramirez, Nilsa C and Santos, Tracie and Wise, Lisa and Zmuda, Erik and Demchok, John A and Felau, Ina and Hutter, Carolyn M and Sheth, Margi and Sofia, Heidi J and Tarnuzzer, Roy and Wang, Zhining and Yang, Liming and Zenklusen, Jean C and Zhang, Jiashan and Ayala, Brenda and Baboud, Julien and Chudamani, Sudha and Liu, Jia and Lolla, Laxmi and Naresh, Rashi and ... and The Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network and Canc Genome Atlas Res Network and Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network
The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 01/2016, Volume 374, Issue 2, pp. 135 - 145
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Bioinformatics, ISSN 1367-4803, 09/2016, Volume 32, Issue 17, pp. i736 - i745
Motivation: The somatic mutations in the pathways that drive cancer development tend to be mutually exclusive across tumors, providing a signal for... 
COMBINATIONS | RANDOMIZATION | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS | MATHEMATICAL & COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY | PATTERNS | DISCOVERY | DRIVER PATHWAYS | Probability | Software | Algorithms | Mutation | Neoplasms - genetics | Humans | Index Medicus | The 15th European Conference on Computational Biology | ECCB 2016
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