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Freeing the data: Submissions of BRCA genes to the ClinVar database as of June 2014, one year after the Myriad Supreme Court decision
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Freeing the data: Submissions of BRCA genes to the ClinVar database as of June 2014, one year after the Myriad Supreme Court decision

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These slides show the growth of breast cancer gene submissions to a U.S. public genetic database in the year after the Supreme Court ended one company's monopoly on testing for these genes. The data …

These slides show the growth of breast cancer gene submissions to a U.S. public genetic database in the year after the Supreme Court ended one company's monopoly on testing for these genes. The data deposition is part of a worldwide movement to "free the data" on the BRCA genes.

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  • 1. NCBI ClinVar and BRCA data 6/10/2014 Data provided by George Riley, NCBI to Erika Check Hayden, Reporter, Nature
  • 2. All-gene submissions to ClinVar. Credit: George Riley, National Center for Biotechnology Information. Data provided to Erika Check Hayden, Reporter, Nature
  • 3. Submissions of BRCA genes to ClinVar. Credit: George Riley, National Center for Biotechnology Information. Data provided to Erika Check Hayden, Reporter, Nature *The dip from November through March was caused by one submitter removing and then resubmitting 4,000 variants.

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