3.0 years ago by
UK, Hinxton, EMBL-EBI
I have not worked with BRCA diagnostics but Open Targets combines somatic and germline data from several resources (most if not all are manually curated variants for our genetic associations). We also have a variety of information in the profile page of the gene of interest e.g. BRCA1 from the variant information (mapped to the genomic sequence and linked to Ensembl) to the drugs targeting that gene.
The integrated data is ranked and scored for the disease associations (see the 18 diseases associated with BRCA1 based on genetic data only in our current release.
It's free and for all: our Open Targets Platform is designed and improved with experimental lab users in mind. This means it's easy, quick and intuitive for users in the diagnostic field or working in the lab who don't have much time for data wrangling plus rather cool visualisations.