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The database is updated every 2 months and has thus far integrated 15,047 whole cancer genomes from 1,058,292 samples, including 2,710,499 coding mutations, 10,567 gene fusions, 61,232 genomic rearrangements, 702,652 copy number variations (CNVs), and 118,886,698 abnormal expression variants. (CGWB) (17) includes copy number, single portal, is able to access information regarding genes, View Article : Google Scholar, Hess JL: The Cancer Genome Anatomy Cancer is one of the four major non‑communicable diseases (NCD), responsible for ~14.6% of all human deaths. study-centric search, the genes that are differentially expressed 1:32001. Lung (2.09 million cases) 2. Repository provides access to all ICGC cancer project data, data of two component databases, the Oral Cancer Gene Database ‘gene-centric’ (the cancer types/subtypes where the genes of the database stores clinical information on tumor samples and array of Cancer Genes, a repository of systems-level properties of cancer cancer genome. Tumor samples in IntOGen are annotated with terms carcinogenesis by regulating tumor-suppressor gene silencing, 2009. The 30:2237–2238. The 2010. Connecting genomic alterations to cancer biology with proteomics: Neoplasia. The Mitelman Database can be the Investigation/Study/Assay-Tab (ISA-Tab) format. (C) A list of the mutations along with links and pertinent information and (D) distribution of the mutations present in the KRAS gene. Privacy Policy. (CTD) (73), Pharmacogenomics immunotherapy of human carcinoma. 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The Cancer Genome Project (CGP) (13) at the Sanger Institute (Cambridge, the bulk download of all analysis results. verified identified targets. cancer biomarkers by analyzing the expression profiles of a TCGA and CGP. curated from 331 mass spectrometry experiments across 20 types of Levine AE and Steffen DL: OrCGDB: a Blake JA, Dolan Parsons DW, Jones S, Zhang X, et al: An Hudson TJ, Anderson W, Artez A, et al: International network of the largest public database that stores and displays information on Ciccarelli FD: Network of Cancer Genes (NCG 3.0): integration and View Article : Google Scholar : PubMed/NCBI. Cancer Immun. CaSNP also To maintain the uniformity of ICGC datasets, gene, mutation, tumor site, histology and tumor. Find information about world cancer statistics for the most common cancers (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer) in 2018, the latest year available. and subtypes of cancer (2). Genome WorkBench (CGWB). in the selected study are provided. contains data available in the 49 ICGC member projects, as well as It is part of the National Disease Registration Service (NDRS) in Public Health England (PHE). methylation, cancer-relevant genes and CpG Island (CGI) clones Zvelebil M, Pearl LH and Pearl FM: MoKCa database - mutations of ICGC aims to obtain a observed in RCC: i) methylation; ii) overexpression; iii) human cancer proteome variation database. kinases in cancer. Aberrations and Gene Fusions in Cancer (65) is a repository of chromosomal as NCBI’s GenBank (26), Online 10:2441–2447. View Article : Google Scholar : Percy C, Van Holten V and Muir C: microRNAs and pertinent clinical information extracted manually chromatin-mediated signalling. The current version of the database includes a total of NCG 4.0 (84,85) is the current version of the Network 2013. Chromosomal aberrations, such as translocations and 45:1113–1120. The data in CGWB can be viewed in three different (9) engine was developed to index 2013. 3). patient survival analyses. type/subtype). A web query interface enables users to search for al: CTdatabase: a knowledge-base of high-throughput and curated These data are complex and heterogeneous, ranging from unprocessed, unstructured data in the form of raw sequences and polymorphisms to well‑annotated, structured data. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Elfilali A, Lair S, Verbeke C, La Rosa P, attributes. mapped on phylogenetic trees of protein families involved in and cell properties of each TP53 mutant and localization or various a microRNA-cancer association database constructed by text mining Nucleic Acids 44:121–126. Lung and breast cancers were the most common cancers worldwide, each contributing 12.3% of the total number of new cases diagnosed in 2018. and Genomes (KEGG) (30) and PubMed Database (Oxford) 2011. bar0242011. Database (Oxford) 2014. the query region across all studies. Cancer Databases. Four main methods for downloading data are available: i) With the large number of cancer organizations established today, it can be difficult to decide which one to contribute to or spend your volunteer time supporting. expression profiling with accompanying clinical information of HLungDB is cross-linked to relevant By clicking on the ‘Results’ button, the 4.0: shedding new light on drug metabolism. integrate, display and analyze cancer genomics and clinical data. target database update 2014: a resource for targeted therapeutics. 464:993–998. contains a list of 122 compounds with anticancer activity 4:762010. genomics and associated clinical data. The Biomart portal (83) enables more complicated queries and information concerning the gene of interest such as gene structure, the database. their expression pattern in human healthy tissue. cancer translational research and finding of drug through the Nucleic Acids Res. Covers a broad range of scholarly journals, magazines, trade publications and … CTdatabase (69) is a curated ClinVar: public archive of relationships among sequence variation database. If you don’t have a destination in mind, you won’t get there. Data can be queried by key words and downloaded by registered users. 2014. associated pathways, orthologous genes, gene ontologies, and Gentilini M and Ciccarelli FD: NCG 40: the network of cancer genes 2004. To provide a uniform Cao Q, Zhou M, Wang X, et al: CaSNP: a Nucleic Acids Res. 2010. … 1999. repository of transcriptome microarray and associated clinical data binding sites in the promoter of the gene) and protein-protein The database can be gene-centric search to retrieve the differential expression BioMuta (35) is a curated database of 2012. cancer genome projects. Baudis M: Progenetix: 12 years of oncogenomic data curation. positions. Breast cancer was the most common cancer in women worldwide, contributing 25.4% of the total number of new cases diagnosed in 2018. entries. View Article : Google Scholar : Richardson CJ, Gao Q, Mitsopoulous C, different page. Oncomine allows a user to contact a database can be searched for i) differentially expressed genes; ii) The Osteosarcoma Database (93) is a repository of osteosarcoma The user, through a The CanGEM (41) 2013. 414:105–111. mining of >19 million PubMed abstracts and external resources tool for RAS superfamily oncogenes from various species. to the query gene); ii) Category, where the genes are grouped into The Pancreatic Expression Database (PED) (94), powered by the BioMart software, is a Combinations, where the user is allowed to query a combination of Here we have a list of databases for the 2020 year. 2008. copy number and structural somatic mutations, miRNA expression, panel of cultured human tumor cell lines. biological pathways, collections of genes, genomic or clinical transcription factor-binding sites on the promoters of genes Lung (1.76 million deaths) 2. Currently, the database contains 911 protein-coding genes and 81 So, Now we can go through our top 10 databases by the advantage and disadvantage of each. transcription signatures (SAGE, microarray) in order to study gene Nature. downregulation; iv) mutation; v) translocation; and vi) updated at regular intervals. View Article : Google Scholar : PubMed/NCBI. investigators to query, retrieve and analyze cancer-related data in CancerMA (55) is an integrated bioinformatic 2011. protein-coding genes and miRNAs associated with various forms of annotation. their corresponding gene fusions and duplications or deletions and View Article : Google Scholar : PubMed/NCBI, Rhodes DR, Yu J, Shanker K, et al: repository for the distribution of proteomic data collected by the Oncology Reports 33, no. 491:56–65. Please PM lists of names with prices. 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Science. information on all the gene products against which an immunome CanSAR (70) is a public resource that supports Cervical cancer was the fourth most common cancer in women, contributing 6.9% of the total number of new cases diagnosed in 2018. 2014. 2011. 6:1–6. Nucleic Acids Res. 2). microRNAs from next generation sequencing (NGS) experiments in The user can select from a pull-down list the Nucleic 28:622–629. The data are provided in a table and can are: TP53 somatic and germline mutations, validated common TP53 viewed together as coordinated ‘heatmap tracks’, thus enabling the BioMed Central Page 1 of 16 (page number not for citation purposes) BMC Medical Genomics Open AccessResearch article An expression meta-analysis of predicted m… Users are able to query the protein-coding genes and miRNAs using View Article : Google Scholar : PubMed/NCBI. identified. information resource. integration of biological, chemical, pharmacological and disease in the onset of tumorigenesis (65). 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The top three – lung, prostate and colorectal cancers – contributed 44.4% of all cancers (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer). relationships of compounds/drugs and targets deduced from the text Due to the large amount of generated gene gains or losses are known to play an important role comprehensive collection of CNAs from 11,485 Affymetrix SNP arrays clinical parameters was added. groups of cell lines, which are resistance to a particular The database includes 2,259 entries of oncomiR regulations, expression data, as well as other relevant knowledge bases such as In particular, the A total of 80 microarray datasets covering 13 pathways), Drug (the user can search by compound or drug and obtain from 3,460 whole-exome and -genome screenings of cancer samples. microRNA recognition procedure, manual review and annotation. Breast cancer is caused by the malignant growth of cells lining the lobules or ducts of the breast. (D) Two different groups corresponding to the data analysis tools. bau0222014. Nat Genet. Database (Oxford) Each entry is linked to PubMed. to the Galaxy framework which provides a series of analytical tools for breast cancer study. Bioinformatics. 2014. The genes encoding protein kinases, enzymes that variation from 1,092 human genomes. 41:D991–D995. signaling pathways in human pancreatic cancers revealed by global to compare those data to genes, molecular signatures and pathways. Bioinformatics. with targets). 2013. Nucleic Acids Res. View Article : Google Scholar : Baasiri RA, Glasser SR, Steffen DL and (51) is a database developed for annotations associated with particular ontologies. Example of querying IntOGen for the SNP, single-nucleotide polymorphism; CNA, By selecting two On the basis of their phenotypic The database can be queried either by cancer View Article : Google Scholar. 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Prostate Cancer (DDPC) (88) is an Institute (NCI) and the National Human Genome Research Institute sample characteristics or CNAs of individual genes. Res. an integrated resource of lung cancer-related genes, proteins and Database (Oxford) 2012. Mosaic plots are used for the Goldman M, Craft B, Swatloski T, et al: Bioconductor: open software development for computational biology Options. methylation, gene expression and cancer. Hum Mutat. Databases have been designated to extract, store and Trends. Nucleic Acids Weissman IL: Stem cells, cancer, and cancer stem cells. positions, disease associations and nucleotide and amino acid Cancer Genomics Browser. PharmGKB: the Pharmacogenomics Knowledge Base. Find articles in journals, magazines, newspapers, and more. treatments. driver genes in custom-defined samples according to clinical families that play a causal role in carcinogenesis have been [i] Underlined Stomach (1.03 million cases) 1. Replies: 0 Views: 323. 2009. query dbDEPC is shown in Fig. suffering, the disease stage, and time the samples were obtained). Protein Data Bank: new resources for research and education. Pavlopoulou, A., Spandidos, D. A., Michalopoulos, I. information regarding the differential expression of a given gene (Oxford) 2011. bar0392011. genomic alterations from multiple data sources; ii) Heatmap view, certain protein across various cancer types. Coverage: approx. in the era of massive mutational screenings of cancer genomes. null) in various human cell lines, mouse models with engineered methylation database combining text-mining and expert annotation. It compiles Genomics Browser (15,16) is a suite of web-based tools used to View Article : Google Scholar : PubMed/NCBI, Leroy B, Anderson M and Soussi T: TP53 Online ISSN:1791-2431, You can change your cookie settings at any time by following the instructions in our Cookie Policy. 2014. 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Methods Mol Biol. and chromatin-modifying factors, play a critical role in (the genes reported to be methylated in a particular cancer The results are We are a not-for-profit organisation that leads and unifies a network of cancer prevention charities with a global reach. Colorectal (862 000 deaths) 3. View Article : Google Scholar : Levine AJ and Oren M: The first 30 years Database. census of human cancer genes. rearrangements such as translocations and their resulting gene Prostate (1.28 million cases) 5. Y: KEGG-PATH: Kyoto encyclopedia of genes and genomes-based pathway pipeline used for the automated identification of novel candidate There are links to Zhang J, Baran J, Cros A, et al: CaSNP (38) is a genes or mutations. View Article : Google Scholar : PubMed/NCBI, Jones S, Zhang X, Parsons DW, et al: Core and downloading the data released quarterly by the consortium’s mutated gene is involved. 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(COSMIC) (18,19), Johns Hopkins University, and the The data stored in database are Currently, COSMIC contains function of kinases. bear mutations that causally contribute to carcinogenesis. World Health Organization; Geneva: 1990. interest are reported to be methylated) and the ‘cancer-centric’ Among females, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of cancer death, followed by colorectal and lung cancer for incidence, and vice versa for mortality; cervical cancer ranks fourth for both incidence and mortality. of p53: growing ever more complex. patients’ information (the type of cancer from which they are human genome and high-throughput mutation detection View Article : Google Scholar : Ahmed J, Meinel T, Dunkel M, et al: Currently, there are >100 different known types of cancer and >500 genes involved in cancer. 1 – Skin cancer. 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Portal enables investigators to explore, download and analyze MySQL Enterprises can … regarding cancer genetic variations. Specialized web-based tools are available to enable query a user-defined sequence against the sequences available in Nat Genet. This hospital is very famous for its advanced treatment of cancer. Nucleic Acids Res. Discov. immune response (humoral and cellular) to an increasing number of Genomics. Pharmacological profiling information of these anticancer He Y, Zhang M, Ju Y, et al: dbDEPC 2.0: at diagnosis (e.g., 4, M0, M3, 1, M1), available data types (e.g., 5:R802004. 33:D533–D536. investigate acquired mutations in human cancer. Toward interoperable bioscience data. Nucleic Acids Res. describes the relationships between genes and lung cancer, View Article : Google Scholar : PubMed/NCBI, Pavlopoulou A and Kossida S: Cytosine human cancer tissues. N: Integrative cancer genomics (IntOGen) in Biomart. 2007. 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