Integrative Cancer Biology Program Datasets
26 Apr 2016 | Series | Contributor(s): Jonathan Bistline, Michael Reich
The NCI-ICBP promotes an integrative/systems approach to the study of cancer biology. The Program encourages scientists to study cancer as a complex biological system. Information gained from these studies are used to build reliable and testable predictive computation models of cancer processes...
Breast Cancer Crossword
20 Nov 2015 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Katelyn Schifano
This crossword is designed for use in social media as well as patient waiting areas.
Screening for Small Molecules: Target Discovery Against miRNAs for Breast Cancer Treatment
18 Aug 2015 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Odemaris Narvaez del Pilar
Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer related deaths and morbidity among women worldwide. Identifying new targets and developing new therapies is very important in order to improve patient outcomes and minimize this health burden. MicroRNAs, a type of non-coding RNA, are potential...
UCSC Biomedical Evidence Graph Demonstration
03 Jun 2015 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Josh Stuart, ellrott
The BMEG demonstration includes the following elements: 1) Organization of crowd-source challenges to develop best-of-breed methods including an overview of current DREAM projects, living benchmarks; 2) Enabling cloud-ready methods for mass compute with examples of recently...
Seven Bridges Cancer Genomics Cloud Pilot TCGA 2015 symposium workshop presentation
23 May 2015 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Deniz Kural
Basic and translational cancer research creates the need to disseminate, manage, and interpret large heterogeneous datasets. The volume and complexity of the data now routinely generated by high-throughput technologies has become too costly for individual laboratories and many research...
Video: Learn how TIES can help manage research resources
16 Jan 2015 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Girish Chavan, Rebecca Crowley
CRAVAT Introduction Video - Cancer Related Analysis of Variants
03 Dec 2014 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Michael C Ryan
This video provides a brief overview of the CRAVAT web service(http://www.cravat.us/). CRAVAT provides annotation and analysis of cancer mutations. CRAVAT is free, very easy to use, and can handle large volumes of mutations.[[Youtube(xovmIy11Bcs)]]Please switch to 1080 resolution and watch...
LBL ICBP50 integrative genomic data
13 Nov 2014 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Joe Gray, Jonathan Bistline
From Joe Gray, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. There are seventeen (17) files in this study: Affymetrix U133A gene expression data (icbp_u133a.gct) Affymetrix U133A gene expression data (ICBP_U133a.zip) Affymetrix splice junction exon-exon data (ICBP_Junction.zip) Affymetrix...
Baylor Residual breast cancer
13 Nov 2014 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Creighton C, Lewis M, Chang J, Jonathan Bistline
Residual breast cancers after conventional therapy display mesenchymal as tumor-initiating features. There are four (4) files included in this study: Sample Annotation (combined_sample_annotation.txt) Gene expression data from CD44+/CD24- cells sorted by flow cytometry (GSE7513.gct) Human...
Integrated analysis of breast cancer cell lines reveals unique signaling pathways
16 Sep 2014 | Publications | Contributor(s): Laura M Heiser, Nicholas J Wang, Carolyn L Talcott, Keith R Laderoute, Merrill Knapp, Yinghui Guan, Zhi Hu, Safiyyah Ziyad, Barbara L Weber, Sylvie Laquerre, Jeffrey R Jackson, Richard F Wooster, Wen Lin Kuo, Joe W Gray, Paul T Spellman
AbstractBackgroundCancer is a heterogeneous disease resulting from the accumulation of genetic defects that negatively impact control of cell division, motility, adhesion and apoptosis. Deregulation in signaling along the EgfR-MAPK pathway is common in breast cancer, though the manner in which...
Overview: The HUBzero Platform for Scientific Collaboration
18 Dec 2013 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Michael McLennan
This web site was created using a collaborative infrastructure called HUBzero, developed by Purdue University. HUBzero is the basis of nanoHUB.org and more than 50 other sites covering a wide range of scientific disciplines, including bio-fuels, microelectromechanical systems, cancer research,...
Overview on HUBzero - Building Scientific Communities Online
03 Sep 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Michael McLennan
This is a white paper/publication on the HUB and how one can build online communities using the HUBzero platform. See the tab on supporting documents for a video presentation.