A unique online compendium of mouse models for human cancer. MTB provides online access to expertly curated information on diverse mouse models for human cancer and interfaces for searching and visualizing data associated with these models. The information in MTB is designed to facilitate the selection of strains for cancer research and is a platform for mining data on tumor development and patterns of metastases.
Provides information about human cells. SHOGoiN Cell Database contains cell differentiation pathways compiled from biomedical textbooks and journal papers and includes its own cell classification scheme in which each human cell is classified according to physical locations. Several cell taxonomy keys exist to tidy human differentiated cells and stem cells.
Contains data related to Alzheimer's disease and consists of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and other data types from a variety of human studies, animal and cellular model systems. AMPAD Knowledge Portal generates data which have been inspected with the NIA programs: Accelerating Medicines Partnership-Alzheimer’s Disease - Target Discovery and Preclinical Validation Project AMPAD and Molecular Mechanisms of the Vascular Etiology of Alzheimer’s Disease M²OVEAD Consortium.
Compiles pancreatic histology images gathered from over 1000 age-matched and gender-matched Ptf1aCre; LSL-KrasG12D mice. MMPCA includes an image library of multiple magnifications. It aims to provide an interactive resource for investigation and classification of pancreatic cancer, especially in refining current pancreatic intraepithelial neoplasias (PanIN) and pancreatic cancer classification schemes.
Provides a repository of image datasets of blood samples specifically designed for the assessment and comparison of the performances algorithms of segmentation and image classification. ALL-IDB is focused on Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) and each image has a lymphoblast classification and position furnished by expert oncologists. This database is an image processing dataset and should not be used for diagnostic or other activities.
Allows users to browse, edit and organize reference images and videos on microscopic tissue. Hospital Saint-Louis University Media Library enables to create and modify virtual slides for registered users. Users can also copy media to other microscope modules and construct upon them to generate more complex content.
Provides a database of images about hematologic topics. ASH Image Bank contains more than 2100 images. Each image is accompanied with blood cells with normal and abnormal state and offers description of common blood disorders. Users can submit images with categorization via an upload feature on the web site.
Collects pictures taken with scanning and transmission electron microscopes. XTALENT Image Gallery also stores pictures of light/optical microscopy and artistically modified images. Registered users can upload, comment and rate pictures.
Provides a repository of virtual slide medical cases. Virtual Pathology at the University of Leeds contains more than 7000 pre-diagnosed slides of cases from the early part of the twentieth century. The slides come from three different collections and include valuable information on diseases that are rare or were common for the times. Those cases were archived in the university and are now accessible via this project.
Provides a digital slide repository of microscopic tissue arrays with visualization features. WebScope allows users to create and view slide annotations with different drawing tools that facilitate the measuring and the definition of region of interest (ROI) on the digital slide. It also offers the possibility to process analysis on digital slide for obtaining quantitative results via specific layers.
Provides a repository of biomedical slice images. BEST allows users to annotate, add layers and work in collaboration on the different resources. Registered users have the possibility to create, adapt lessons from a courseware catalogue and share with others. It contains a variety of images scanning and processing services and users can upload their own images via a contact form.
Provides a web-based whole slide image (WSI) retrieval and viewing system. DigitalScope offers to users the possibility to view images in high resolution of virtual body fluid, dermatopathology, bone marrow cell differential, peripheral blood smear basic and expanded, touch/crush prep and sperm morphology. The web-interface features several different parameters for the visualization.
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