Zaman et al 2018

Callahan et al SOM 2017

 

Callahan et al SOM 2017 (HLA class II details)

 

Yavorski and Blanck, 2017

Segarra SOM 2016 BLCA mutation processing

Segarra SOM 2016 BLCA Provean analysis

 

Excel files and PDF for Mauro SOM attached to this PDF page

 

 

Stoll et al., Large cytoskeletal-protein related coding regions regularly incur systemic damaging amino acid substitutions

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1, detailed protocol

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1A –BreastBlood

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1B -USF-Macro1

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1B -USF-Macro2

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1C (All SNPs(142) Example)

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1C (All SNPs(142) Example, Excel)

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1D -USF-Macro3

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1E -BreastBlood Variants

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1F -Provean Results, aa variants unique to a barcode

Stoll 2016 SOM Figure 1G -Provean Results, aa variants present in more than one barcode

 

 

Sait et al., Overlap of the cancer genome atlas and immune epitope databases, file 1, file 2, file 3, file 4, file 5, file 6

 

Fawcett et al., A novel approach to evaluating cancer driver gene mutation densities: Cytoskeleton-related gene candidates

Pava et al.,  Unifying the genomics based classes of cancer fusion gene partners: Large cancer fusion genes are evolutionarily conserved