Progenetix - genomic copy number aberrations in cancer

The Progenetix database provides an overview of copy number abnormalities in human cancer from currently 31915 array and chromosomal Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH) experiments.

Additionally, the website attempts to identify and present all publications (currently 2503 articles), referring to cancer genome profiling experiments.The database & software are developed by the group of Michael Baudis at the University of Zurich.

Example: Regional genomic imbalances in subset 12850373: He et al. (2003): Recurrent Genetic Alterations in 26 Colorectal ...
(26 samples; click image for details)
Related publications
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Cai, H., Kumar, N., & Baudis, M. 2012. arrayMap: A Reference Resource for Genomic Copy Number Imbalances in Human Malignancies. PLoS One 7(5), e36944. [PLoS ONE]
Baudis, M. 2007. Genomic imbalances in 5918 malignant epithelial tumors: An explorative meta-analysis of chromosomal CGH data. BMC Cancer 7:226 [PDF]
Baudis, M. 2006. Online database and bioinformatics toolbox to support data mining in cancer cytogenetics. Biotechniques 40, no. 3: 296-272. [PDF]
Baudis, M, and ML Cleary. 2001. Progenetix.net: an online repository for molecular cytogenetic aberration data. Bioinformatics 12, no. 17: 1228-1229. [PDF]
Feel free to use the data and tools for academic research projects and other applications. If more support and/or custom analysis is needed, please contact Michael Baudis regarding a collaborative project or a special license.