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DBGC: A Database of Human Gastric Cancer.

Wang C, Zhang J, Cai M, Zhu Z, Gu W, Yu Y, Zhang X - PLoS ONE (2015)

Bottom Line: The Database of Human Gastric Cancer (DBGC) is a comprehensive database that integrates various human gastric cancer-related data resources.Moreover, epidemiological statistics of gastric cancer patients in China and clinicopathological information annotated with gastric cancer cases were also integrated into the DBGC.We believe that this database will greatly facilitate research regarding human gastric cancer in many fields.

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Affiliation: School of Life Science and Technology, Tongji University, 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai, China.

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The Database of Human Gastric Cancer (DBGC) is a comprehensive database that integrates various human gastric cancer-related data resources. Human gastric cancer-related transcriptomics projects, proteomics projects, mutations, biomarkers and drug-sensitive genes from different sources were collected and unified in this database. Moreover, epidemiological statistics of gastric cancer patients in China and clinicopathological information annotated with gastric cancer cases were also integrated into the DBGC. We believe that this database will greatly facilitate research regarding human gastric cancer in many fields. DBGC is freely available at http://bminfor.tongji.edu.cn/dbgc/index.do.

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Schematic architecture of the DBGC.
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pone.0142591.g001: Schematic architecture of the DBGC.

Mentions: This database consists primarily of three longitudinal data systems, epidemiological, clinicopathological and molecular biological data (Fig 1). The molecular biological data consist of gastric cancer-related transcriptomics, proteomics, mutation, biomarker and drug-sensitive gene data. The overall statistics of these data are listed in Table 1. Along with the epidemiological statistics of gastric cancer patients in China and the clinicopathological information annotated with gastric cancer cases, all these data were extracted from public databases, publications and published literature.


DBGC: A Database of Human Gastric Cancer.

Wang C, Zhang J, Cai M, Zhu Z, Gu W, Yu Y, Zhang X - PLoS ONE (2015)

Schematic architecture of the DBGC.
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pone.0142591.g001: Schematic architecture of the DBGC.
Mentions: This database consists primarily of three longitudinal data systems, epidemiological, clinicopathological and molecular biological data (Fig 1). The molecular biological data consist of gastric cancer-related transcriptomics, proteomics, mutation, biomarker and drug-sensitive gene data. The overall statistics of these data are listed in Table 1. Along with the epidemiological statistics of gastric cancer patients in China and the clinicopathological information annotated with gastric cancer cases, all these data were extracted from public databases, publications and published literature.

Bottom Line: The Database of Human Gastric Cancer (DBGC) is a comprehensive database that integrates various human gastric cancer-related data resources.Moreover, epidemiological statistics of gastric cancer patients in China and clinicopathological information annotated with gastric cancer cases were also integrated into the DBGC.We believe that this database will greatly facilitate research regarding human gastric cancer in many fields.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: School of Life Science and Technology, Tongji University, 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai, China.

ABSTRACT
The Database of Human Gastric Cancer (DBGC) is a comprehensive database that integrates various human gastric cancer-related data resources. Human gastric cancer-related transcriptomics projects, proteomics projects, mutations, biomarkers and drug-sensitive genes from different sources were collected and unified in this database. Moreover, epidemiological statistics of gastric cancer patients in China and clinicopathological information annotated with gastric cancer cases were also integrated into the DBGC. We believe that this database will greatly facilitate research regarding human gastric cancer in many fields. DBGC is freely available at http://bminfor.tongji.edu.cn/dbgc/index.do.

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