WHAT IS BCNTB BIOINFORMATICS?
Our aim is to create an in silico bioinformatic niche from which you can access a network of bioinformatics resources. These will provide you with the tools you need to query, analyse and integrate findings from publicly available, in-house, and experimental data generated using samples supplied from the BCNTB.
BCNTB:Miner is a data-mining tool that stores genomic, methylomic, transcriptomic, proteomic and microRNA data (full study list available here) that has been curated from the literature and links this to pathways and mechanisms involved in breast cancer.
BCNTB:Analytics is an integrated analytical layer from which you can conduct exploratory and in-depth analyses of transcriptomic, sequencing, genomic and mutation data obtained from tissues and cell lines.
The full potential of the relationship between the BCNTB and its bioinformatic networks will become reality as experimental data generated by studies using BCNTB samples is returned and stored alongside its corresponding clinical information. Our in silico resource will allow you to link to the original data files and published findings, and access a host of bioinformatics tools to analyse and integrate data into your research.