[BiO BB] The Cancer Cell Map - a new human cancer pathway database
bader at cbio.mskcc.org
Wed Jun 28 16:50:41 EDT 2006
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The Cancer Cell Map is a selected set of human cancer focused pathways.
* Biologists can browse and search the Cancer Cell Map pathways.
View gene expression data on any pathway.
* Computational biologists can download all pathways in BioPAX
format for global analysis.
* Software developers can build software on top of the Cancer Cell
Map using the web service API.
* Download and install the cPath pathway database software to
create a local mirror of the Cancer Cell Map.
* All data is freely available.
Released by the Computational Biology Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center, in collaboration with Gary Bader's lab at the University
of Toronto (http://baderlab.org). Pathway collection by the PandeyLab at
Johns Hopkins University (http://pandeylab.igm.jhmi.edu) and the
Institute of Bioinformatics (http://www.ibioinformatics.org).
Cancer Cell Map pathways are also available in the new NetPath database
(http://www.netpath.org) created by the PandeyLab and the Institute of
Bioinformatics. In addition to 10 cancer pathways, 10 immune signaling
pathways are available, all of which are freely available in GenMAPP,
PSI-MI and BioPAX formats at http://www.netpath.org. BioPAX is an
emerging standard for pathway data exchange (http://www.biopax.org).
These pathways are unpublished at this time; please cite these websites
until the pathways are described in a publication.
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