Cancer database of commonly mutated genomic sequences? - Where did I see this? (Mar/20/2006 )
Is anyone aware of a database that contains commonly mutated sequences originating from tumor samples? I am working on a putative tumor supressor and am curious if it is mutated in various cancers. I'd like to do this in silico before committing to multiple PCR/sequencing steps. I swear I've seen such a database (maybe on NCBI), but I can't seem to find it again.
Thank you much!
I posted this yesterday - and I feel I should say it again, you should have a look for yourself before getting other people to do your work - this took two minutes to find by using google, that small search tool that very few people have heard of. Additionally, this was the post below yours.
i think the database you are searching is that one?
As a matter of fact, I did use Google. I used Bioforum's search feature as well. Unfortunately, finding the proper keyword combination can sometimes prove frustrating. As for the post you cited, I apologize for not recognizing "oesophageal molecular markers" as being relevant to my question. Perhaps next time I should just click on every single topic in the Bioinformatics forum before I ask another question.
Please use sound judgement before you pugnaciously jump to conclusions. You seemed just as eager to belittle in the post you directed me to.
Thank you Fred, that was exactly the site that I had stumbled upon (and lost) before.
i think we should calm ourselves. The search tool of bioforum is not very precise with more than one keyword. So i assume hank did not find the relevant topic. To the discharge of DPK, bioforum encounter recently a growing number of posters that only post exam questions and/or post questions with no google/bioforum search before. Hank proved by the past he does not belongs to that category.
Best regards to all,
My apologies. I've been running on 4 hours of sleep over two days and am a bit short as a result. This isn't a valid excuse for my behavior, only a reason