About dbCRID

  • dbCRID (Database of Chromosomal Rearrangements In Diseases) is the largest database of curated database of human Chromosome rearrangements and associated diseases.
  • Current release: v 0.9 (06/30/2010).
  • Please direct questions and comments to dbCRID@biolead.org.
  • Related Databases

  • AtlasGeneticsOncology, Atlas of Genetics and Cytogenetics in Oncology and Haematology
  • ChimerDB 2.0, A knowledgebase for fusion genes updated
  • CytoD 1.0, A database of cytogenetic abnormalities.
  • DACRO, A disease-Associated Chromosomal Rearrangements Online.
  • Decipher, , A Database of Chromosomal Imbalance and Phenotype in Humans Using Ensembl Resources
  • HYBRIDdb,A database of hybrid genes in the human genome.
  • Mitelman, A database of Chromosome Aberrations and Gene Fusions in Cancer.
  • SKY/M-FISH &CGH, A public platform for investigators to share and compare their molecular cytogenetic data.
  • TICdb, A database of Translocation breakpoints In Cancer.
  • References

  • Kong F, Zhu J, Wu J, Peng J, Wang Y, Wang Q, Fu S, Yuan L and Li T: dbCRID: a database of chromosomal rearrangements in human diseases. Nucleic Acids Res. [PubMed] [Full-text]
  • Event ID: 10695 ( Case ID: 11055 )
    Disease: Ewing Sarcoma Family Tumors ( DOID: 3369 )
    Event Information
    Precision: B
    Chromosome Rearrangement Type: Reciprocal Translocation
    Chromosome: 11, 22
    Karyotype: t(11;22)(q24;q12)
    Breakpoints Information:
    First Breakpoint:
    Location: q24
    This breakpoint occurs in NM_002017.3.
    Second Breakpoint:
    Location: q12
    This breakpoint occurs in NM_13986.3.
    Junction Sequence is Unavailable.
    Experimental Method: Northern blot, PCR, FISH
    Reference Information
    PubMed ID: 11140696
    Authors: Aryee DN,Sommergruber W,Muehlbacher K,Dockhorn-Dworniczak B,Zoubek A,Kovar H
    Journal: Laboratory investigation; a journal of technical methods and p
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