Human Prostate Gene DataBase

 Welcome to PGDB
 Version 1.1   

PGDB is a curated and integrated database of human genes related to the prostate and prostatic diseases. Currently, PGDB covers genes that have been reported in the scientific literature to be involved in a number of molecular and genetic events occurred in the prostate such as gene mutation, gross deletion, methylation, polymorphism, over-expression and linkage (linkage disequilibrium), and also covers genes that are exclusively expressed in prostate as shown by SAGE and EST experiments.

The wildcard (*) can be used at the end of search strings to broaden your search

How to cite PGDB: Li LC, Zhao H, Shiina H, Kane CJ, Dahiya R. PGDB: a curated and integrated database of genes related to the prostate. Nucleic Acids Res. 2003 Jan 1;31(1):291-3.


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Programming: Long-Cheng Li
2002-2004, PGDB, All Rights Reserved.
Department of Urology
VUniversity of California, San Francisco