Welcome. This site includes pages for over 900 cancer related genes and entries for recurrent chromosome abnormalities.


2014: The site is being restructured and updated. Sorry for any inconvenience! CancerGenetics Web is now integrating information from several data sources and introducing new features, such as analysis of the literature using data from PubMed and CancerIndex.org, and providing a 'living literature review' by integrating the latest research abstracts relating to genes, proteins and cancer.

If you are a first time visitor please read the introduction.

The site is primarily intended for health professionals and researchers. The aim of the site is to provide comprehensive links to reliable information about genes, their associated proteins, and genetic mutations associated with cancer and related disorders. Each gene page includes links to major genetic databases and where possible links to other related web sites, abstracts references, external searches, and summary information. The site is integrated with Guide to Internet Resources for Cancer to provide links to related clinical and research information sources.

Please note: the site includes putative oncogenes / tumour supressor genes and proto-oncogenes implicated in cancer but for which the association with cancer is not necessarily proven. Links to other databases and research abstracts and pre-configured searches of PubMed are included to provide a gateway to available evidence and the latest research relating to specific genes and their role in cancer.
See also: * Levels of Evidence
See also: * Quality of Medical Information on the InterNet

Navigation: to find information on a specific gene / mutation use the menu at the top of this page for:

alphabetical list of genes / aliases
list of genes and cytogenetic abnormalities by chromosome
list of genes and cytogenetic abnormalities by disease type
Site Search:

Cancer GeneticsWeb concept and contents by Simon Cotterill
Cancer GeneticsWeb is part of the Guide to Internet Resources for Cancer family of resources.

Feedback: Comments and suggestions about this Web site are welcome via the CancerIndex WordPress site: Feedback Form. With regret I cannot answer individual medical queries.


Cancer GeneWeb includes extensive links to the sites listed below:
Atlas Atlas of Genetics and Cytogenetics in Oncology and Haematology
Genetics University Hospital, Poitiers, France
CGAP Cancer Genome Anatomy Project
National Cancer Institute, USA
COSMIC Catalogue of Somatic Mutations in Cancer
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
Ensembl EMBL - EBI and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
Gene Gene Database
National Center for Biotechnology Information, USA
GeneCards Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
HGMC Human Gene Nomenclature Committee
Human Genome Organisation
HPRD Human Protein Reference Database
Johns Hopkins University and the Institute of Bioinformatics
OMIM Online Mendelian Inheritance in Ma
National Center for Biotechnology Informaton, USA
PubMed National Library of Medicine, USA
Swiss-Prot Annotated protein sequence database
Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
Tumor Gene Database Blayor College of Medicine, USA
GO Gene Ontology - GO Consortium

Recently Updated Pages

GLI2 2q14
updated 15th October 2014

Home Page
updated 15th October 2014

CEACAM8 19q13.2
updated 15th October 2014

ELK1 Xp11.2
updated 15th October 2014

BCAS1 20q13.2
updated 15th October 2014

RAPGEF1 9q34.3
updated 15th October 2014

MPL 1p34
updated 15th October 2014

BLYM 1p32
updated 18th September 2014

ALK 2p23
updated 18th September 2014

ALDH1A1 9q21.13
updated 18th September 2014

AIM1 6q21
updated 18th September 2014

AFP 4q13.3
updated 18th September 2014

ACPP 3q22.1
updated 18th September 2014

ABCC5 3q27
updated 18th September 2014


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