Protogenomic data and resources for pan-cancer analysis

Li Y*, Dou Y*, Da Veiga Leprevost F*, Geffen Y*, Calinawan AP*, Aguet F, Akiyama Y, Anand S, Birger C, Cao S, Chaudhary R, Chilappagari P, Cieslik M, Colaprico A, Zhou DC, Day C, Domagalski MJ, Esai Selvan M, Fenyö D, Foltz SM, Francis A, Gonzalez-Robles T, Gümüş ZH, Heiman D, Holck M, Hong R, Hu Y, Jaehnig EJ, Ji J, Jiang W, Katsnelson L, Ketchum KA, Klein RJ, Lei JT, Liang WW, Liao Y, Lindgren CM, Ma W, Ma L, MacCoss MJ, Martins Rodrigues F, McKerrow W, Nguyen N, Oldroyd R, Pilozzi A, Pugliese P, Reva B, Rudnick P, Ruggles KV, Rykunov D, Savage SR, Schnaubelt M, Schraink T, Shi Z, Singhal D, Song X, Storrs E, Terekhanova NV, Thangudu RR, Thiagarajan M, Wang LB, Wang JM, Wang Y, Wen B, Wu Y, Wyczalkowski MA, Xin Y, Yao L, Yi X, Zhang H, Zhang Q, Zuhl M, Getz G, Ding L, Nesvizhskii AI, Wang P, Robles AI#^, Zhang B#^, Payne SH#^, Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium.
Cancer Cell (2023)


The National Cancer Institute’s Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC) investigates tumors from a proteogenomic perspective, creating rich multi-omics datasets connecting genomic aberrations to cancer phenotypes. To facilitate pan-cancer investigations, we have generated harmonized genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, and clinical data for >1000 tumors in 10 cohorts to create a cohesive and powerful dataset for scientific discovery. We outline efforts by the CPTAC pan-cancer working group in data harmonization, data dissemination, and computational resources for aiding biological discoveries. We also discuss challenges for multi-omics data integration and analysis, specifically the unique challenges of working with both nucleotide sequencing and mass spectrometry proteomics data.

Proteogenomic data and resources for pan-cancer analysis. Cancer Cell. 2023 Aug 14;41(8):1397-1406. doi:. PMID: 37582339.

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