CIViC is a community knowledgebase for expert crowdsourcing the clinical interpretation of variants in cancer

@inproceedings{Griffith2017CIViCIA,
  title={CIViC is a community knowledgebase for expert crowdsourcing the clinical interpretation of variants in cancer},
  author={Malachi Griffith and Nicholas C. Spies and Kilannin Krysiak and Joshua F. McMichael and Adam C. Coffman and Arpad M Danos and Benjamin J. Ainscough and C. Alvarez Ram{\'i}rez and Damian Tobias Rieke and Lynzey Kujan and Erica K Barnell and Alex H. Wagner and Zachary L. Skidmore and Amber Wollam and Connor J. Liu and Michael A. Jones and Rachel L Bilski and Robert Lesurf and Yan-Yang Feng and Nakul M Shah and Melika Bonakdar and Lee Trani and Matthew K. Matlock and Avinash Ramu and Katie M. Campbell and Gregory C Spies and Aaron P Graubert and Karthik Gangavarapu and James M. Eldred and David E. Larson and Jason R. Walker and Benjamin M. Good and Chunlei Wu and Andrew I. Su and Rodrigo Dienstmann and Adam A. Margolin and David Tamborero and N{\'u}ria L{\'o}pez-Bigas and Steven J. M. Jones and R Ohit Bose and David H. Spencer and Lukas D Wartman and Richard K. Wilson and Elaine R. Mardis and Obi L. Griffith},
  booktitle={Nature Genetics},
  year={2017}
}
tion to be centralized, freely accessible, openly debated and accurately interpreted for application in the clinic. Existing efforts to facilitate clinical interpretation of variants include the Gene Drug Knowledge Database4, the Database of Curated Mutations5, ClinVar6, ClinGen7, PharmGKB8, Cancer Driver Log9, My Cancer Genome10, Jax-Clinical Knowledgebase11, the Personalized Cancer Therapy Knowledgebase, the Precision Medicine Knowledgebase, the Cancer Genome Interpreter, OncoKB and others… CONTINUE READING
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