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The mission of CCGD is to develop new technologies for the analysis of cancer genomes and to provide access to these technologies to basic, translational and clinical investigators. In this latter role, CCGD participates in the design, execution and analysis of both single gene and whole genome focused projects.
More specifically, we focus on the discovery of genomic alterations in human cancer and evaluate the clinical significance of these alterations for cancer diagnosis and therapy. Our expertise lies in genome-wide detection of a myriad of genomic aberrations, including single base pair mutations, small insertions and deletions, chromosomal rearrangements and copy number changes. In addition, in collaboration with the Center for Functional Cancer Epigenetics (CFCE) we study the epigenome by sequencing DNA with altered methylation status, chromatin remodeling or histone modifications. The technologies that have been developed for these purposes are Sequenom iPLEX/hME Mass Spectrometry-based detection of DNA mutations in a complex background and the HiSeq massively-parallel sequencing system from Illumina.
Learn more about the Center for Cancer Genome Discovery.
Matthew Meyerson, MD, PhD | Director
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Dana Farber Cancer Institute
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