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dbDEPC 2.0: updated database of differentially expressed proteins in human cancers

Ying He, Menghuan Zhang, Yuanhu Ju, Zhonghao Yu, Daqing Lv, Han Sun, Weilan Yuan, Fei He, Jianshe Zhang, Hong Li, Jing Li, Rui Wang-Sattler (+3 others)
2011 Nucleic Acids Research  
In 2009, we published the first database of DEPs in human cancers (dbDEPCs).  ...  In this updated version of 2011, dbDEPC 2.0 has more than doubly expanded to over 4000 protein entries, curated from 331 experiments across 20 types of human cancers.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors acknowledge the Shanghai Guidance of Science and Technology for the offer of abstracts and full texts of publications collected in dbDEPC.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gkr936 pmid:22096234 pmcid:PMC3245147 fatcat:xsnz7hhkgvcmjm5itjmixdi4y4

dbDEPC 3.0: the database of differentially expressed proteins in human cancer with multi-level annotation and drug indication

Qingmin Yang, Yuqi Zhang, Hui Cui, Lanming Chen, Yong Zhao, Yong Lin, Menghuan Zhang, Lu Xie
2018 Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation  
., Cui,H. et al. dbDEPC 3.0: the database of differentially expressed proteins in human cancer with multi-level annotation and drug indication.  ...  It was updated to dbDEPC 2.0 in 2012. Here, we provide another updated version of dbDEPC, with improvement of database contents and enhanced web interface.  ...  With this consideration, we published the first proteomics database in human cancer (dbDEPC) in 2009 (2) , and an updated version was provided in the year of 2012 (dbDEPC 2.0) (3) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/database/bay015 pmid:29688359 pmcid:PMC5824774 fatcat:77wqcpl3irbjrg56ga3d64oviq

Human cancer databases (Review)

2014 Oncology Reports  
cancer is one of the four major non-communicable diseases (ncD), responsible for ~14.6% of all human deaths. currently, there are >100 different known types of cancer and >500 genes involved in cancer.  ...  , as well as databases dedicated to specific types of cancer. examples for this wealth of cancer-related information and bioinformatic tools have also been provided.  ...  Differentially expressed proteins (Deps) that contribute to the onset and progression of cancer have been identified. the first database of Deps in human cancers, dbDepc (57, 58) , currently contains  ... 
doi:10.3892/or.2014.3579 pmid:25369839 pmcid:PMC4254674 fatcat:rqs4fdfqsze4fmypfkbqy4ibzu

Application of Proteomics in Cancer: Recent Trends and Approaches for Biomarkers Discovery

Yang Woo Kwon, Han-Seul Jo, Sungwon Bae, Youngsuk Seo, Parkyong Song, Minseok Song, Jong Hyuk Yoon
2021 Frontiers in Medicine  
Proteomics has become an important field in molecular sciences, as it provides valuable information on the identity, expression levels, and modification of proteins.  ...  Several cancer proteome databases have been established and are being shared worldwide.  ...  The proteomics database is updated by collecting data on the proteome, including protein variations (CanProVar 2.0), extracellular matrix composition (MatrisomeDB), and differentially expressed proteins  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmed.2021.747333 pmid:34631760 pmcid:PMC8492935 fatcat:iootztqtqncxnchjpyhh5ewkee

CAFE MOCHA: An Integrated Platform for Discovering Clinically Relevant Molecular Changes in Cancer; an Example of Distant Metastasis and Recurrence-linked Classifiers in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma [article]

Neeraja M Krishnan, Mohanraj I, Janani Hariharan, Binay Panda
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
CAFE MOCHA classifies an incoming tumour sample using either a matched normal or a built-in database of normal tissues.  ...  clinical attribute in a cancer type.  ...  Mosca et al, 2010) for selecting important differentially expressed genes associated with 144 breast cancer, The Human Protein Atlas (Uhlen et al, 2015) for functional proteins, the 145 dbDEPC 2.0 database  ... 
doi:10.1101/105577 fatcat:aeinvqqdzfd23p35l3rg42gie4