The dbCPCO database aims to
curate molecular and genetic findings on the disease features (i.e.
clinocopathological features), prognosis and clinical outcome in CRC. In the
current version, we summarize the literature findings on the inherited
genetic polymorphisms, somatic and germline mutations in nuclear (and
mitochondrial) DNA studied in relation to clinicopathological features,
treatment response&toxicity, prognosis and survival in CRC. This database is
periodically updated and freely available to researchers from non-profit
There are currently 5460 entries in our database.
Please cite: Savas S, Younghusband B. dbCPCO: A database of genetic markers tested for their predictive and prognostic value in colorectal cancer. Human Mutation (2010) 31:8, 901-907.
Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee that the information in this database is accurate and up-to-date.
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