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I saw this nature news item, it sounds that Cellminer is obsolete, is it right?

What are the new tools to analyze the "new cell lines"? Where's the PDX repository?

What about the European initiative that the article refers to?

I would be happy to see correlation between drugs and genes and similar capabilities as we can see on Cellminer.

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I already see for links when I try to search. Take a look at them below. Also if you can be precise about kind of data are you trying to find, it would be better

https://pdmr.cancer.gov/

http://cdt.northwestern.edu/news/patient-derived-xenograft-repository-now-available-researchers

http://www.epo-berlin.com/epo-tumor-models-xenografts.html

http://www.proxe.org/

http://data-analysis.charite.de/care/

http://www.oasis-genomics.org/

http://www.cbioportal.org/

Hope one of these above will serve the purpose for you.

Update: added some more links that might serve. As for the Cellminer the last update was 2012.

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  • $\begingroup$ not sure if you will get something exactly like cellminer but take a look at those link and download the files and see to what extent you can use them. Cellminer is still not retired but probably it is not being updated. I could not find any log in their database so probably thinking they are not updating it now. $\endgroup$ – vchris_ngs Jun 16 '17 at 10:36
  • $\begingroup$ also take a look at this data-analysis.charite.de/care . to be honest cellminer update was not done since 2012, that is what I understand. Also take a look at OASIS and cbioportal as well $\endgroup$ – vchris_ngs Jun 16 '17 at 10:38

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