Currently, malignant tumor has become one of the causes of death. The incidence of cancer is increasing globally and the age of onset is getting younger.
Targeted therapies selectively kill cancer cells without affecting healthy tissue. Targeted drug development will be an important means to treat cancer.
The rapid development of high-throughput assay technology has led to the rapidaccumulation of tumor-related omics data. These data are of great significance for the study of the mechanism of tumor occurrence and development.
How to effectively use and store this information is especially important. The establishment of tumor bioinformatics database provides an effective solution, which has greatly promoted the development of basic tumor research and the improvement of clinical treatment level.
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