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  • darwins_frog darwins_frog Sep 13, 2011 4:16 PM Flag

    news out

    The Oxford Genome Anatomy Project (OGAP®) database represents one of the world’s largest proprietary collections of disease-associated proteins. OGAP® oncology contains proteomic data on over 7,500 cancer membrane proteins combined with genomic and clinical information derived from human blood and cancer tissue studies. OGAP® contains proprietary target information on three-quarters of the entire human proteome. Almost two million human protein fragments have been sequenced in OGAP® in 50 different human tissues representing 60 diseases, including 25 forms of cancer. OGAP® integrates data covering 17,000 different genes and over eight million genetic variants (SNPs and haplotypes).

    Agreed, Having many proprietary targets to work with is a big deal- long term.

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