Hallmarks of cancer genes are listed here. The biological process and the genes that are related to some of the cancer hallmark processes such as cell cycle, death, movement, vasculogenesis, migration, proliferation, transport and invasion as identified by Ingenuity iReport®, are shown here. Cell proliferation and migration involves the largest number of genes and processes. The colour of the circle denotes expression level of each gene, with blue being the lowest and orange or red the highest. The disease state/evidence of genes are given by the smaller circles, where the small pink circles indicate that the gene is considered as a biomarker, an orange circle indicates that the gene is mutated in disease state, the brown circles indicate the level of expression, while the green circles (none here) indicate that the gene is a drug target. The gene names inside the coloured circles under disease state are listed in the second column.