What’s the answer? (Drug databases)
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This week’s highlighted question:
Hello all. I have a list of genes identified in a HiSeq sequencing run that are related to cancer. I would like to cross this list with a database of known drug-drug target interactions so that if a drug is known( but not necessarily approved) to target a particular gene (protein) I can identify it. Does anyone know the best way to go about doing this. Ie… what is the best database or resource for this? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
One answer is very highly rated–because malachig has a HUGE list of possible tools to use for Wayne’s purpose. Go have a look and see if you know these tools–or if there are others that might be suited as well. If you have other thoughts, please add them.