Databases and Gene Lists

Tumor-Specific Gene Lists and BED files

  • B-ALL CGC-Mayo 2020 [aed | bed]
  • Brain tumor genes 2019 [aed | bed]
  • CancerCensus 2019 [aed | bed]
  • Myeloid genes CGC-Mayo 2020 [aed | bed]
  • T-ALL Feb 2020 [aed | bed]

Note: These tumor-specific gene lists  were created through a collaboration between the CGC Education Committee and the Mayo Clinic Genomics of Oncology Annotation Team (GOAT). The gene-lists are provided for educational purposes only; they should not be used as a stand-alone resource for clinical decision making or reporting, as they may contain errors or omissions. Review of  the data by an appropriately trained medical professional is required for clinical reporting. All BED and AED files are GRCh37/hg19 based. AED files are only viewable in Affymetrix ChAS software, but BED files should allow viewing in other software or genome browsers.

Compendium of Cancer Genome Aberrations

The CGC is developing the Compendium of Cancer Genome Aberrations (CCGA), a collaborative multi-institutional project to document and describe genomic aberrations in cancer as resource for day-to-day use in clinical reporting. The CCGA is a wiki database designed to host up-to-date and integrative molecular genetics and cytogenetic features of specific cancers, highlighting actionable and diagnostically-important features. The first page on Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) and Related Precursor Neoplasms is nearly complete.