Colorectal cancer atlas: An integrative resource for genomic and proteomic annotations from colorectal cancer cell lines and tissues

@article{Chisanga2016ColorectalCA,
  title={Colorectal cancer atlas: An integrative resource for genomic and proteomic annotations from colorectal cancer cell lines and tissues},
  author={David Chisanga and Shivakumar Keerthikumar and Mohashin Pathan and Dinuka Ariyaratne and Hina Kalra and Stephanie Boukouris and Nidhi Abraham Mathew and Haidar Al Saffar and Lahiru Gangoda and Ching-Seng Ang and Oliver M. Sieber and John M. Mariadason and Ramanuj Dasgupta and Naveen K. Chilamkurti and Suresh Mathivanan},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2016},
  volume={44 D1},
  pages={
          D969-74
        }
}
In order to advance our understanding of colorectal cancer (CRC) development and progression, biomedical researchers have generated large amounts of OMICS data from CRC patient samples and representative cell lines. However, these data are deposited in various repositories or in supplementary tables. A database which integrates data from heterogeneous resources and enables analysis of the multidimensional data sets, specifically pertaining to CRC is currently lacking. Here, we have developed… CONTINUE READING

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