For researchers exploring the complexity of cancer genomes linked to mutations that carry increased risks for the disease, it can be like searching for a proverbial needle in a haystack.
However, supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center in Austin, given their ability to manage and analyze massive datasets, are helping to find correlations between chromosomal rearrangements—one of the hallmarks of cancer genomes.
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