Allows online data archiving, mining, analysis, and 3D visualization of individual neurons in the Drosophila brain. FlyCircuit is a database where each predicted neuron in the circuit has an ID page indicating its morphology, spatial distribution, birth timing, putative neurotransmitter, source Gal4 driver, and other drivers containing similar neurons. Raw data for each of the sample images and the two template brains can be freely downloaded for offline analysis and evaluation of registration precision.
Represents body parts, organs and tissues in a variety of animal species, with a focus on vertebrates. Uberon is an integrated cross-species ontology covering anatomical structures in animals. It has been constructed to integrate seamlessly with other ontologies, such as the OBO Cell Ontology, the Gene Ontology, Trait and Phenotype ontologies, as well as other anatomical ontologies. It includes comprehensive relationships to taxon-specific anatomical ontologies, allowing integration of functional, phenotype and expression data.
Provides a comprehensive, curated, multidimensional database for developmental phenotypes, cell-specific gene functions, differentiation trajectories and a multiscale model of lineage differentiation in the C. elegans embryo. Digital development stores data from recent systematic studies of cell lineage differentiation in the C. elegans embryo containing ∼200 conserved genes, 1400 perturbed cell lineages and 600 000 digitized single cells. Users can conveniently browse, search and download four categories of phenotypic and functional information from an intuitive web interface. This information includes lineage differentiation phenotypes, cell-specific gene functions, differentiation landscapes and fate choices, and a multiscale model of lineage differentiation. Digital Development provides a comprehensive, curated, multidimensional database for developmental biology. The scale, resolution and richness of biological information presented here facilitate exploration of gene-specific and systems-level mechanisms of lineage differentiation in Metazoans.
Provides data about pathogenic bacterial morphotypes. MorphoCol enables the macroscopic observation of morphotypes and the comparison of the morphological “output” of the species in different scenarios. It allows user to realize the standardised and systematic annotation of morphotypes. The database is dedicated to the management of data related to colony morphotypes, including morphological data and experimental metadata.
Gathers information about human and animal cell lines available from repositories and laboratories throughout Italy and from several major collections in other European countries. CLDB includes over 4920 human and 1380 animal cell lines descriptions pages and about 1000 index pages based on terms from controlled vocabulary. Searches can be made by cell line name or free text search.
A repository for data derived from high-throughput systems microscopy studies. The aims of this resource are: (i) to provide easy access to cellular phenotype and molecular localization data for the broader research community; (ii) to facilitate integration of independent phenotypic studies by means of data aggregation techniques, including use of an ontology; and (iii) to facilitate development of analytical methods in this field.
Allows users to query the different types of data present in the Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD) data. YeastMine is an integrated data warehouse with precomputed tables based on the InterMine Platform. The database enables querying across multiple data sources, navigating between data types and managing data. Apersonal account allows to permanently save Lists, Queries, and Templates for future use.