OASIS: web-based platform for exploring cancer multi-omics data

@article{FernandezBanet2015OASISWP,
  title={OASIS: web-based platform for exploring cancer multi-omics data},
  author={Julio Fernandez-Banet and Anthony Esposito and Scott Coffin and Istvan Boerner Horvath and Heather Estrella and Sabine Schefzick and Shibing Deng and Kai Wang and Keith AChing and Ying Ding and Peter Roberts and Paul A. Rejto and Zhengyan Kan},
  journal={Nature Methods},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={9-10}
}
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