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ready Minimum Information About Somatic Mutation

Abbreviation: MIASM

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MIASM was developed for the collection of somatic variations to promote standards for annotations of somatic variation data, and to promote data integration with other data resources. The guidelines have been published and recently updated.


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How to cite this record MIASM; Minimum Information About Somatic Mutation; DOI:; Last edited: Jan. 8, 2019, 1:27 p.m.; Last accessed: Sep 18 2021 2:02 p.m.

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Somatic mutation databases as tools for molecular epidemiology and molecular pathology of cancer: proposed guidelines for improving data collection, distribution, and integration.

Olivier M1, Petitjean A, Teague J, Forbes S, Dunnick JK, den Dunnen JT, Langerød A, Wilkinson JM, Vihinen M, Cotton RG, Hainaut P
Human Mutation 2009

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