Cancer Program Tool Resources
Oncotator is a tool for annotating human genomic point mutations and indels with data relevant to cancer researchers. Annotations are aggregated from genomic annotations, protein annotations, and cancer annotations.
PathSeq is a computational tool for the identification and analysis of microbial sequences in high-throughput human sequencing data that is designed to work with large numbers of sequencing reads in a scalable manner.
RNA-SeQC is a java program which computes a series of quality control metrics for RNA-seq data.
SegSeq is an algorithm to identify chromosomal breakpoints using massively parallel next generation sequence data.
|The Matrisome Project||
The Matrisome Project is a collaborative effort between scientists from the Hynes Lab at the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, aimed at defining bioinformatically and experimentally the ensemble of genes encoding the "matrisome", i.e. the ensemble of extracellular matrix and ECM-associated proteins (Naba et al, 2011).