To get the community network started, we have populated the database with almost 2000 papers from PubMed which had clear connections to both systems biology and European institutes. Due to the automated nature of this search many relevant papers may be missing. Registered researchers can correct these mistakes by adding more of their own papers to their profiles, or removing the non-relevant ones.
Genome-wide analysis of gene and protein expression of dysplastic naevus cells.
Gao L et al.
J Skin Cancer
Pathway-based analysis of a melanoma genome-wide association study: analysis of genes related to tumour-immunosuppression.
Schoof N et al.
Genome-wide association study identifies three new melanoma susceptibility loci.
Barrett JH et al.
Genome-wide association study identifies novel loci predisposing to cutaneous melanoma.
Amos CI et al.
Hum Mol Genet
Melanoma risk factors, perceived threat and intentional tanning: an international online survey.
Bränström R et al.
Eur J Cancer Prev
Genome-wide association study identifies three loci associated with melanoma risk.
Bishop DT et al.
Increased risk of cancer other than melanoma in CDKN2A founder mutation (p16-Leiden)-positive melanoma families.
de Snoo FA et al.
Clin Cancer Res
Increased melanogenesis is a risk factor for oxidative DNA damage--study on cultured melanocytes and atypical nevus cells.
Smit NP et al.
Expression of Wnt5a and its downstream effector beta-catenin in uveal melanoma.
Zuidervaart W et al.
Increased p21-activated kinase-1 expression is associated with invasive potential in uveal melanoma.