Provides the biomedical community with a unified point of access to mutant mice and rich collection of related emerging and existing mouse phenotype data. IMPC mouse clinics worldwide follow rigorous highly structured and standardized protocols for the experimentation, collection and dissemination of data. Dedicated 'data wranglers' work with each phenotyping center to collate data and perform quality control of data. An automated statistical analysis pipeline has been developed to identify knockout strains with a significant change in the phenotype parameters. Annotation with biomedical ontologies allows biologists and clinicians to easily find mouse strains with phenotypic traits relevant to their research. Data integration with other resources will provide insights into mammalian gene function and human disease.
Stores 3D structure data representing anatomical concepts. BodyParts3D is a dictionary-type database constructed on the framework of a voxel human model for electromagnetic- dosimetry “TARO”. The database introduces a coordinate system to the human body structure. Each 3D data file is labeled with corresponding Foundation Model of Anatomy (FMA) concept IDs and indexed with their English synonyms as well as their Japanese equivalents.
Assists users in zebrafish inventory. ZeBase is a relational database for single or multi-laboratory environments. This resource is equipped with a variety of functions implemented in a cross-platform web interface, for zebrafish record keeping and searching. Users can access this application through standard web-browsers anywhere on a network or through an application.
Allows semantic discovery, phenotypic browsing and annotation of federated phenotypic images. PhIS contains about 117,900 images federated from four different data resources with 53,000 regions of interest (ROI) associated to anatomy or phenotype ontology term annotations. It supports the use of ontologies and builds on these to deliver good search experience and spatial reasoning. The database offers an annotation interface that allows users to semantically annotate an image.
Provides 3D morphological data sets and allows storage, organization, sharing and distribution of user’s 3D data. MorphoSource is a public repository and a virtual museum and archive aiming to provides access to the anatomy of specimens, including Primates and close relatives, Carnivores, Rodents and Insectivores, Ungulates, Pre-therian mammals and mammal-like reptiles, Archosaurs, Herps, Fishes and Invertebrates.
Provides information about the structural anatomy of Caenorhabditis elegans. WormAtlas offers a simple interface allowing the user to easily navigate through every anatomical structure of the worm. It contains a large set of images which can be sorted by different characteristics: sex, genotype, age, body portion or tissue type. The database tissues’ are labelled with a color code in order to facilitate the visibility.
Provides a web browser interface to visualize C. elegans anatomy. Openworm Browser offers to users several parameters to customize the visualization of a 3D worm such as zoom, rotation or peeling back layers. Alimentary, nervous, and reproductive systems are some of the layers available on this resource. All data and models of C. elegans are provided by the VirtualWorm project.
Provides access to more than 10,000 photographs of mammalian crania. MCPA is a database allowing to search photographs for more than 1800 cranial specimens using a phylogenetic tree or by scientific, English or Japanese name.
Delivers a set of longitudinal micro- computerized tomography (CT) scans on four live mice. Public Mouse Image Database is composed of in vivo scans that were acquired using a GE eXplore CT 120 micro-CT scanner and were reconstructed at 50 x 50 x 50 µm3 resolution. It includes images of post-mortem scans of the mice, additional details and associated analyses. The longitudinal study contains a total of 19 scans.
Delivers a collection of medical images, teaching cases, and clinical topics. MedPix is composed of images and textual metadata including more than 12 000 patient case scenarios, 9 000 topics, and approximately 59 000 images. It suggests a case of study every week. This database is indexed by patient symptoms and signs, diagnosis, organ system, image modality and image description. It offers as many search options as information indexed.
Allows users to keep track of details regarding the various genomic features, zebrafish lines, zebrafish batches, and their respective locations. Zebrafish Database provides advanced searching and record management functions, as well as an integrated advanced calendar component. The Zebrafish Database functionality can be extended without advanced programming skills. This resource can be adapted to serve both single laboratories and facilities housing thousands of zebrafish lines.