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TransVar: a multilevel variant annotator for precision genomics

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Figure 1: Overview of TransVar and comparison with other annotation tools.

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We thank P. Ng and K. Shaw for critical feedback, as well as A. Johnson, A. Bailey, V. Holla, B. Litzenburger, J. Zhang and A. Chang for assistance. This work was supported in part by the US National Institutes of Health (grants CA172652, CA168394, CA083639, CA143883, UL1 TR000371, P50 CA083639, U54 CA112970 and P50 CA098258), the MD Anderson Cancer Center Sheikh Khalifa Ben Zayed Al Nahyan Institute of Personalized Cancer Therapy, the Bosarge Family Foundation, the Mary K. Chapman Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation (honoring Lorraine Dell) and the National Cancer Institute Cancer Center (Support Grant P30 CA016672).

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Zhou, W., Chen, T., Chong, Z. et al. TransVar: a multilevel variant annotator for precision genomics. Nat Methods 12, 1002–1003 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth.3622

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