Introduction to GENIE Land Content

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The AACR Project Genomics Evidence Neoplasia Information Exchange (GENIE) dataset includes nearly 19,000 de-identified genomic records collected from patients who were treated at each of the consortium’s participating institutions, making it among the largest fully public cancer genomic data sets released to date. Data in this land will be continuously updated on a quarterly basis and includes data for 59 major cancer types, including data on thousands of patients with lung cancer, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer. GENIE holds both Open Data and Controlled Data on Synapse. To access some data sets Synapse users are required to show proof of review and approval of their data analysis plan by an ethics committee or IRB. Access to longitudinal clinical outcomes data will be initially restricted to member institutions, but made available to the community six months following the publication of clinical research findings. GENIE restricts users to redistribute the data without express written permission from the AACR Project GENIE Coordinating Center (

Data Source

For information on how to the GENIE project and apply for access of controlled data, please visit:!Synapse:syn7222066/wiki/410922

Data Types

  • CNV and CNV Call
  • DNA-Seq Somatic Mutation

Processing Methods

Omicsoft does not reprocess other genomic data, but extracts data directly from original datasets.

Project information

For more information on the types of samples and data types for the GENIE project, please visit:

Please contact Omicsoft Support ( for more details on this data.

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