Within leukemia research a large amount of high-throughput molecular data is collected, analyzed and published every year. The Leukemia Gene Atlas (LGA) is a public platform providing access to a part of these data. The LGA database contains information of the experiments included, as well as patient characteristics, such as age, survival time and form of leukemia. The molecular data deposited and linked to the patients comprise microarray gene expression and DNA-methylation data, as well as sequencing data of ChIP experiments. Via the LGA website the user may carry out comprehensive analyses on these data, and can download data and results. The LGA utilzes published leukemia data, and thus helps to prevent the carrying out of redundant experiments.

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