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The “Cancer LncRNA Census”


Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) that drive tumorigenesis are a growing focus of cancer genomics studies. To facilitate further discovery, researchers at the University of Bern have created the “Cancer LncRNA Census” (CLC), a manually-curated and strictly-defined compilation of lncRNAs with causative roles in cancer. CLC has two principle applications: first, as a resource for training and benchmarking de novo identification methods; and ...

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