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Are there databases or resources that contain expression of proteins or genes before and after cancer treatment?

Are there databases that contain information about gene or protein expression before and after targeted therapy or chemotherapy? I am curious about different cancer cell lines or cancer types. Any ...
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Retrieving Metabolic networks from WIT Database

How can I get the dataset for all the 43 metabolic networks for this paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/35036627 It looks like the WIT database does not exist anymore.
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Are there any Genome in a Bottle-like resources for non-humans (especially for invertebrates)?

Genome in a Bottle is an excellent resource that provides many types of DNA and RNA sequencing reads for a single individual/cell line to test genome assembly and analysis tools. For example there are ...
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Recommendation for a binary dataset for Computational Biology open access (as in a dataset with 1 and 0 that can be used to apply ML techniques? [closed]

I have a couple of modified ML methods that I want to test with biological binary data - specifically binary gene expression data - e.g. https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/69359/1/Thesis.pdf that might ...
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Best data repository to publish a large 'plotly' table containing all annotations on a transcriptome?

I am not sure whether this is the best SE community for this question. I want to publish a transcriptome paper, along with interactive materials enabling readers to peruse the data behind the ...
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Is there a publicly available tumor-normal sample?

I am looking for a publicly available matched tumor-normal sample. I need Illumina fastq reads (or an aligned bam file, since I could extract the reads from it) from a tumor and a matching, non-tumor ...