The human (PEDB) and mouse (mPEDB) Prostate Expression Databases

What you can do:
Access and analyze gene expression information derived from the human and murine prostate.
Highlights:
  • The Prostate Expression Databases (PEDB and mPEDB) are online resources designed to allow researchers to access and analyze gene expression information derived from the human and murine prostate, respectively.
  • Human PEDB archives Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTs) from 44 prostate cDNA libraries in a curated relational database that provides detailed library information including tissue source, library construction methods, sequence diversity and sequence abundance.
  • The mPEDB is comprised of ESTs from 16 cDNA libraries constructed from mouse prostate tissues of various developmental stages and anatomic regions.
  • The mPEDB contains the cDNA annotations and sequences used for constructing a custom mouse prostate microarray, and archives microarray data from prostate developmental stages and mouse models of prostate carcinoma.
Keywords:
  • prostate gene expression
  • human prostate gene expression data
  • mouse prostate gene expression data
  • prostate carcinoma
  • prostate cDNA libraries
  • prostate ESTs
  • prostate Expressed Sequence Tags
  • prostate microarray data
  • human disease gene expression
  • mouse disease gene expression
  • human cancer gene expression
  • mouse cancer gene expression
This record last updated: 06-06-2005

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