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Below is a list of software that WCM faculty has expressed interest in. If you would like to suggest additional software, please use the link at the bottom of the page.

CLC Genomics Workbench allows users to analyze and visualize nexg generation sequencing (NGS) data. CLC Genomics Workbench supports the complete resequencing pipeline for detecting and comparing genetic variants.

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MacVector provides numerous functions for DNA and protein analysis, including sequence editing, primer design, internet database searching, protein analysis, multiple sequence alignment, phylogenetic reconstruction, coding region analysis, and agarose gel simulation.

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Mac only

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Medicare is the federally funded program that provides health insurance for the elderly, persons with end-stage renal disease, and some disabled. For persons age 65 and over, 97 percent are eligible for Medicare. Almost all Medicare beneficiaries have Part A coverage that includes hospital, skilled-nursing facility, hospice and some home health care. Information about Medicare eligibility and enrollment is available for all persons included in the SEER-Medicare data (both cancer and non-cancer cases). Medicare claims (bills) are available only for persons with fee-for-service coverage.

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The SEER-Medicare data reflect the linkage of two large population-based sources of data that provide detailed information about Medicare beneficiaries with cancer. The data come from the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER)External Web Site Policy program of cancer registries that collect clinical, demographic and cause of death information for persons with cancer and the Medicare claims for covered health care services from the time of a person's Medicare eligibility until death.
The linkage of these two data sources results in a unique population-based source of information that can be used for an array of epidemiological and health services research. For example, investigators using this combined dataset have conducted studies on patterns of care for persons with cancer before a cancer diagnosis, over the period of initial diagnosis and treatment, and during long-term follow-up. Investigators have also examined the use of cancer tests and procedures and the costs of cancer treatment.
The linked SEER-Medicare data files are large and complex. Before beginning an analysis, researchers are advised to read all documentation to determine whether the data will support their proposed research question. In addition, the SEER-Medicare data have a number of particular qualities and anomalies. Researchers are strongly encouraged to understand the complexity of the data before undertaking any analyses or publishing findings.

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Windows NT, Windows 95 or later if using a PC
GUNZIP required if using UNIX or Linux

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The Limited Access DMF (DMF) from the Social Security Administration (SSA) contains over 86 million records created from SSA payment records. This file includes the following information on each decedent, if the data are available to the SSA: social security number, name, date of birth, date of death. The SSA does not have a death record for all persons; therefore, SSA does not guarantee the veracity of the file. Thus, the absence of a particular person is not proof this person is alive. SSDMF database is updated once a week.

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TRANSFAC provides data on eukaryotic transcription factors, their experimentally-proven binding sites, consensus binding sequences (positional weight matrices) and regulated genes. TRANSCompel contains data on eukaryotic transcription factors experimentally proven to act together in a synergistic or antagonistic manner.

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