I am searching for source, that providing information about enzymes\proteins, in different types of cancers, that their amount in cell is significantly higher - comparing to normal, healthy cell.

Some pathways that exist in cancer in much more higher amounts.

For example - Telomerase.

Is there some sort of database for this information?

  • $\begingroup$ You could try expression atlas: ebi.ac.uk/gxa/home $\endgroup$
    – CKM
    Mar 10, 2015 at 23:52

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Yes. The dbDEPC 2.0 database for example. If you want to extend your search to pathways the best database I know of is the KEGG.

There are multiple databases out there. You might want to look at this wikipedia page.

By the way what you are looking for is called a cancer proteomic signature.


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