The cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics provides visualization, analysis and download of large-scale cancer genomics data sets.

Please adhere to the TCGA publication guidelines when using any TCGA data in your publications.

The portal is developed and maintained by the Computational Biology Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

References: Cerami et al. Cancer Discov. 2012 & Gao et al. Sci. Signal. 2013.


  • Cross cancer query of CDKN2A
  • Patient-specific view for a TCGA endometrial cancer case
  • Network of genomic alterations in Serous Ovarian Cancer
  • EGFR Amplifications in Gliobastoma
  • Survival Analysis of BRCA Mutated v. Non-BRCA Mutated in Serous Ovarian Cancer
  • Epigenetic Silencing of BRCA1 in Serous Ovarian Cancer
  • Structural view of a PIK3R1 mutation in Glioblastoma
  • TP53 mutations in ovarian cancer
Query Download Data
Select Cancer Study:
Select Genomic Profiles:
Select Data Type Priority:
Select Patient/Case Set: Build Case Set
Build a Custom Case Set for: Number of Matching Cases:
 
Gene Symbol Num Mutations Q-Value
Enter Gene Set:       Advanced: Onco Query Language (OQL)

 

What's New

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New data and features released

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Data Sets

The Portal contains data for 17181 tumor samples from 69 cancer studies. [Details.]

Example Queries

RAS/RAF alterations in colorectal cancer

BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations in ovarian cancer

POLE hotspot mutations in endometrial cancer

Protein changes in PTEN-altered ovarian cancer samples

TP53 and MDM2/4 alterations in GBM

PTEN mutations in GBM in text format

BRAF V600E mutations across cancer types

Patient view of an endometrial cancer case

What People are Saying

  "Whenever bench scientists ask me how they can look at TCGA data, I've never had a good answer for them. Now I do. The cBio Portal meets a critical need--it is the interface that the cancer research community needs to access the wealth of TCGA. Even as a computational biologist, I use it to follow-up on genes of interest. It makes querying the data much less painful."

– Postdoctoral Fellow, Oregon Health & Science University

  "I would like to congratulate you and the team of the cBio portal. It's just an amazing tool to work with, and we at Mass General really appreciate it."

– Research Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital

  "As a bench biologist with primary aim of determining gene aberrations in GBM, I found your site absolutely fantastic! Thank you! I have to reiterate how awesome and user-friendly your group has made this site - finally accomplishing the goal of having data easily accessible and meaningful."

– Sr. Research Associate at Knight Cancer Institute/OHSU

  "Thank you for your incredible resource that has helped greatly in accessing the TCGA genomics data."

– Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Dept Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences

  "I have been enjoying the ease with which TCGA data can be extracted in R using your CGDS package. Very nice work!"

– Sr. Software Engineer, Institute for Systems Biology

  "Thank you for generating such an excellent software. It is very useful for our research."

– Research Fellow, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

  "Thank you very much for providing and maintaining this great resource."

– Scientist, Discovery Bioinformatics, Biotechnology Company

  "I want to thank you for the nice, useful and user-friendly interface you have generated and shared with the community."

– Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard Medical School, Children's Hospital Boston

  "This portal is truly the greatest thing since sliced bread. I am making discoveries with it not only in glioblastoma, my primary focus, but in other cancers as well -- it's all so easy with this fantastic tool. And I am enjoying showing it to my colleagues, whose jaws also drop. Thank you a thousand times over for this beautiful public resource. I am looking forward to citing this soon in an upcoming paper..."

– Associate Professor, University of Virginia