CPTAC Releases Proteomic Data from TCGA Colorectal Cancer Samples | GenomeWeb

The National Cancer Institute's Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium has publicly released its first proteomic data set.

Generated by Vanderbilt University's CPTAC Proteome Characterization Center led by researcher Daniel Liebler, the data consists of LC-MS/MS-based global proteomic profiles of 95 colorectal cancer samples that were also genomically characterized by The Cancer Genome Atlas effort.

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