CGAP -- Cancer Genome Anatomy Project

What you can do:
Find the information and technological tools needed to decipher the molecular anatomy of the cancer cell from a annotated index of the genes that are important in cancer.
  • The goal of the NCI's Cancer Genome Anatomy Project is to determine the gene expression profiles of normal, precancer, and cancer cells, leading eventually to improved detection, diagnosis, and treatment for the patient.
  • CGAP offers technological, informational (data and analysis tools), resource (clones and libraries) and methodological infrastructure for the cancer research community.
  • The current CGAP program has expanded to include in addition to the Tumor Gene Index (TGI), a Genetic Annotation Initiative (GAI) and the Cancer Chromosome Aberration Project (cCAP).
  • The TGI and GAI are focused towards building a catalog of annotated genes.
  • human cDNA Libraries
  • SAGE data
  • global gene expressions analysis
  • biological pathways
  • human SNPs
  • mouse SNPs
  • FISH data
  • genetic maps
  • Physical SNPs maps
  • Chromosomal breakpoint
  • Recurrent Aberrations
  • SNPs Image maps
  • cancer genes
  • human cancer
  • mouse cancer
  • cancer gene expression
  • RNA-interference constructs
  • RNAi
  • human ESTs
  • mouse ESTs
  • human transcriptome
  • mouse transcriptome
  • FISH-mapped BAC clones
  • gene annotations
This record last updated: 05-03-2005

The Health Sciences Library System supports the Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh.

© 1996 - 2014 Health Sciences Library System, University of Pittsburgh. All rights reserved.
Contact the Webmaster

University of Pittsburgh Libraries