Citations

The following publications are directly related to the CIViC project.

Project

Organization

Title

Link(s)

CIViC original publication

WashU

CIViC is a community knowledgebase for expert crowdsourcing the clinical interpretation of variants in cancer

PubMed: 28138153

Standards for variant sharing

Multi-institution initiative / ClinGen Somatic Working Group

ClinGen Cancer Somatic Working Group standardizing and democratizing access to cancer molecular diagnostic data to drive translational research

PubMed: 29218886

CIViCmine

Canada’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre

Text-mining clinically relevant cancer biomarkers for curation into the CIViC database

PubMed: 31796060

OpenCAP

WashU

Open-Sourced CIViC Annotation Pipeline to Identify and Annotate Clinically Relevant Variants Using Single-Molecule Molecular Inversion Probes

PubMed: 31618044

CIViCpy

WashU

CIViCpy: a Python software development and analysis toolkit for the CIViC knowledgebase

PubMed: 32191543

Virtual Molecular Tumor Board

Multi-institution initiative / GA4GH (VICC)

Collaborative, Multidisciplinary Evaluation of Cancer Variants Through Virtual Molecular Tumor Boards Informs Local Clinical Practices

PubMed: 32644817

Meta-knowledgebase

Multi-institution initiative / GA4GH (VICC)

A harmonized meta-knowledgebase of clinical interpretations of somatic genomic variants in cancer

PubMed: 32246132

Minimum variant level data

Multi-institution initiative / ClinGen Somatic Working Group

Adapting crowdsourced clinical cancer curation in CIViC to the ClinGen minimum variant level data community‐driven standards

PubMed: 30311370

CIViC SOP

WashU

Standard operating procedure for curation and clinical interpretation of variants in cancer

PubMed: 31779674

CIViC community approach

Multi-institution WashU / ClinGen / GA4GH (VICC)

A community approach to the cancer variant interpretation bottleneck

Nature Cancer: s43018-022-00379-w