Protargetminer As A Proteome Signature Library Of Anticancer Molecules For Functional Discovery
Saei, Amir Ata
Beusch, Christian Michel
Tokat, Ülkü Güler
Zubarev, Roman A.
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Deconvolution of targets and action mechanisms of anticancer compounds is fundamental in drug development. Here, we report on ProTargetMiner as a publicly available expandable proteome signature library of anticancer molecules in cancer cell lines. Based on 287 A549 adenocarcinoma proteomes affected by 56 compounds, the main dataset contains 7,328 proteins and 1,307,859 refined protein-drug pairs. These proteomic signatures cluster by compound targets and action mechanisms. The targets and mechanistic proteins are deconvoluted by partial least square modeling, provided through the website http://protargetminer.genexplain.com. For 9 molecules representing the most diverse mechanisms and the common cancer cell lines MCF-7, RKO and A549, deep proteome datasets are obtained. Combining data from the three cell lines highlights common drug targets and cell-specific differences. The database can be easily extended and merged with new compound signatures. ProTargetMiner serves as a chemical proteomics resource for the cancer research community, and can become a valuable tool in drug discovery., Anticancer drugs often have widespread effects on the cellular proteome. Here, the authors generate a proteome signature library of drug-treated cancer cell lines and develop a software tool to deconvolute drug targets and gain insights into their mechanisms of action.