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caGrid-Enabled caBIG Silver Level Compatible Head and Neck Cancer Tissue Database System.

Wang H, Bouzyk E, Kuehn A, Muller S, Chen Z, Khuri FR, Shin DM, Rogatko A, Tighiouart M - Open Med Inform J (2010)

Bottom Line: The system is implemented using a set of open source software and tools developed by the NCI, such as the caCORE SDK and caGrid.The head and neck cancer tissue database system has four interfaces: Web-based, Java API, XML utility, and Web service.The system has been shown to provide robust and programmatically accessible biomedical information services that syntactically and semantically interoperate with other resources.

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Affiliation: Biostatistics Shared Core Resource, Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, USA.

ABSTRACT
There are huge amounts of biomedical data generated by research labs in each cancer institution. The data are stored in various formats and accessed through numerous interfaces. It is very difficult to exchange and integrate the data among different cancer institutions, even among different research labs within the same institution, in order to discover useful biomedical knowledge for the healthcare community. In this paper, we present the design and implementation of a caGrid-enabled caBIG(TM) silver level compatible head and neck cancer tissue database system. The system is implemented using a set of open source software and tools developed by the NCI, such as the caCORE SDK and caGrid. The head and neck cancer tissue database system has four interfaces: Web-based, Java API, XML utility, and Web service. The system has been shown to provide robust and programmatically accessible biomedical information services that syntactically and semantically interoperate with other resources.

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High level architecture of the HNCTD system.
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Figure 5: High level architecture of the HNCTD system.

Mentions: Because the database contains identifiable patient information, such as patient’s name, medical record number, date of birth, etc., we prioritize the security of the whole data system to make it a HIPAA compliant. We integrate the Common Security Module (CSM) [16], Grid Authentication, and Authorization with Reliably Distributed Services (GAARDS) [17] into the system architecture. The high level architecture of the caGrid-enabled caBIGTM silver level compatible HNCTD system is shown in Fig. (5).


caGrid-Enabled caBIG Silver Level Compatible Head and Neck Cancer Tissue Database System.

Wang H, Bouzyk E, Kuehn A, Muller S, Chen Z, Khuri FR, Shin DM, Rogatko A, Tighiouart M - Open Med Inform J (2010)

High level architecture of the HNCTD system.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 5: High level architecture of the HNCTD system.
Mentions: Because the database contains identifiable patient information, such as patient’s name, medical record number, date of birth, etc., we prioritize the security of the whole data system to make it a HIPAA compliant. We integrate the Common Security Module (CSM) [16], Grid Authentication, and Authorization with Reliably Distributed Services (GAARDS) [17] into the system architecture. The high level architecture of the caGrid-enabled caBIGTM silver level compatible HNCTD system is shown in Fig. (5).

Bottom Line: The system is implemented using a set of open source software and tools developed by the NCI, such as the caCORE SDK and caGrid.The head and neck cancer tissue database system has four interfaces: Web-based, Java API, XML utility, and Web service.The system has been shown to provide robust and programmatically accessible biomedical information services that syntactically and semantically interoperate with other resources.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Biostatistics Shared Core Resource, Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, USA.

ABSTRACT
There are huge amounts of biomedical data generated by research labs in each cancer institution. The data are stored in various formats and accessed through numerous interfaces. It is very difficult to exchange and integrate the data among different cancer institutions, even among different research labs within the same institution, in order to discover useful biomedical knowledge for the healthcare community. In this paper, we present the design and implementation of a caGrid-enabled caBIG(TM) silver level compatible head and neck cancer tissue database system. The system is implemented using a set of open source software and tools developed by the NCI, such as the caCORE SDK and caGrid. The head and neck cancer tissue database system has four interfaces: Web-based, Java API, XML utility, and Web service. The system has been shown to provide robust and programmatically accessible biomedical information services that syntactically and semantically interoperate with other resources.

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Related in: MedlinePlus