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Cite this (3D MRI Atlas of Mouse Development, RRID:SCR_008090)

URL: http://mouseatlas.caltech.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, atlas, data or information resource

A 3D digital atlas of normal mouse development constructed from magnetic resonance image data. The download is a zipped file containing the six atlases Theiler Stages (ts) 13, 21,23, 24, 25 and 26 and MRI data for an unlabeled ts19 embryo. To view the atlases, download and install MBAT from: http://mbat.loni.ucla.edu Specimens were prepared in aqueous, isotonic solutions to avoid tissue shrinkage. Limited specimen handling minimized physical perturbation of the embryos to ensure accurate geometric representations of developing mouse anatomy. Currently, the atlas contains orthogonal sections through MRI volumes, three stages of embryos that have annotated anatomy, photographs of several stages of development, lineage trees for annotated embryos and a gallery of images and movies derived from the annotations. Anatomical annotations can be viewed by selecting a transverse section and selecting a pixel on the displayed slice.

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Cite this (3D Slicer, RRID:SCR_005619)

URL: http://slicer.org/

Resource Type: Resource, data visualization software, software application, data processing software, image analysis software, software resource

A free, open source software package for visualization and image analysis including registration, segmentation, and quantification of medical image data. Slicer provides a graphical user interface to a powerful set of tools so they can be used by end-user clinicians and researchers alike. 3D Slicer is natively designed to be available on multiple platforms, including Windows, Linux and Mac Os X. Slicer is based on VTK (http://public.kitware.com/vtk) and has a modular architecture for easy addition of new functionality. It uses an XML-based file format called MRML - Medical Reality Markup Language which can be used as an interchange format among medical imaging applications. Slicer is primarily written in C++ and Tcl.

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    ADAPT

Cite this (ADAPT, RRID:SCR_006769)

URL: http://bmsr.usc.edu/software/adapt/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, simulation software, data processing software, data analysis software

Computational modeling platform developed for pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic applications. It is intended for basic and clinical research scientists and is designed to facilitate the discovery, exploration and application of the underlying pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of drugs. Features in ADAPT 5
*Individual Analysis ** Estimation module (ID) includes weighted least squares, maximum likelihood (ML), generalized least squares (GLS), maximum a posterior Bayesian estimation (MAP) ** Simulation module (SIM) includes capabilities for single and multisubject simulations ** Sample schedule design module (SAMPLE) provides the ability to calculate D- and C-optimal designs * Population Analysis ** Parametric population PK/PD modeling using maximum likelihood estimation via the EM algorithm with sampling (MLEM), as introduced by Schumitzky (1995) and by Walker (1996), with extensions and enhancements by Bauer & Guzy (2004). ** Iterated two-stage (ITS) analysis as proposed by Prevost (1977) and Steimer, Mallet and colleagues (1984). ** Convenient standard two-stage (STS) and naive pooled data (NPD) modeling, each with WLS, ML, and MAP estimators. System Requirements * Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7 * Other Software REQUIRED: Intel Visual Fortran 10.x XE2013

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Cite this (Adult Wistar Rat Atlas, RRID:SCR_006288)

URL: http://www.civm.duhs.duke.edu/neuro2012ratatlas/

Resource Type: Resource, atlas, data or information resource

Multidimensional atlas of the adult Wistar rat brain based on magnetic resonance histology (MRH). The atlas has been carefully aligned with the widely used Paxinos-Watson atlas based on optical sections to allow comparisons between histochemical and immuno-marker data, and the use of the Paxinos-Watson abbreviation set. Our MR atlas attempts to make a seamless connection with the advantageous features of the Paxinos-Watson atlas, and to extend the utility of the data through the unique capabilities of MR histology: a) ability to view the brain in the skull with limited distortion from shrinkage or sectioning; b) isotropic spatial resolution, which permits sectioning along any arbitrary axis without loss of detail; c) three-dimensional (3D) images preserving spatial relationships; and d) widely varied contrast dependent on the unique properties of water protons. 3D diffusion tensor images (DTI) at what we believe to be the highest resolution ever attained in the rat provide unique insight into white matter structures and connectivity. The 3D isotropic data allow registration of multiple data sets into a common reference space to provide average atlases not possible with conventional histology. The resulting multidimensional atlas that combines Paxinos-Watson with multidimensional MRH images from multiple specimens provides a new, comprehensive view of the neuroanatomy of the rat and offers a collaborative platform for future rat brain studies. To access the atlas, click view supplementary materials in CIVMSpace at the bottom of the following webpage.

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Cite this (Age Related Atrophy Dataset, RRID:SCR_009528)

URL: http://www.bsl.ece.vt.edu/index.php?page=ara-dataset

Resource Type: Resource, data set, source code, software resource, data or information resource

Dataset of structural MR images of 70 subjects collected during 2008-2010 across a wide range of ages. The dataset also contains resting state fMRI for most subjects. The structural images are T1 weighted, T2 weighted-FLAIR, 25 direction DTI, and the T1 mapping DESPOT [1] sequence. Reconstructed T1 maps for each subject are also available. The aquisition protocol was designed to study structural differences between young and older adults including both shape and intensity changes. Anonymized DICOM image sessions and processed images for each subject are available. The data is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License. It may be used freely for commercial, academic, or other use, as long as the original source is properly cited. http://www.bsl.ece.vt.edu/index.php?page=ara-dataset

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Cite this (Alamogordo Primate Facility, RRID:SCR_008376)

URL: http://www.ncrr.nih.gov/comparative_medicine/resource_directory/primates.asp#alamo

Resource Type: Resource, biomaterial supply resource, service resource, material resource, organism supplier, storage service resource

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on July 17, 2013. It houses chimpanzees that have been used in biomedical research, but no active, invasive research is conducted on the site. The APF provides for the long-term care and husbandry of chimpanzees that have been used in biomedical research. Charles River Laboratories Inc. operates the facility under contract with the National Institutes of Health. To be used in continuing virological research, the animals must be transferred to active chimpanzee research settings. All chimpanzees at the APF have been exposed to various microorganisms, such as hepatitis C virus and HIV. For this reason, they may be candidates for studies related to these diseases. The National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) may remove infected animals from the APF to other accredited chimpanzee facilities for research purposes. Investigators interested in the chimpanzees at the APF should contact Dr. Harold Watson in NCRR''s Division of Comparative Medicine to discuss research requirements.

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Cite this (Alternative Splicing Annotation Project II Database, RRID:SCR_000322)

URL: http://www.bioinformatics.ucla.edu/ASAP2

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on 8/12/13. An expanded version of the Alternative Splicing Annotation Project (ASAP) database with a new interface and integration of comparative features using UCSC BLASTZ multiple alignments. It supports 9 vertebrate species, 4 insects, and nematodes, and provides with extensive alternative splicing analysis and their splicing variants. As for human alternative splicing data, newly added EST libraries were classified and included into previous tissue and cancer classification, and lists of tissue and cancer (normal) specific alternatively spliced genes are re-calculated and updated. They have created a novel orthologous exon and intron databases and their splice variants based on multiple alignment among several species. These orthologous exon and intron database can give more comprehensive homologous gene information than protein similarity based method. Furthermore, splice junction and exon identity among species can be valuable resources to elucidate species-specific genes. ASAP II database can be easily integrated with pygr (unpublished, the Python Graph Database Framework for Bioinformatics) and its powerful features such as graph query, multi-genome alignment query and etc. ASAP II can be searched by several different criteria such as gene symbol, gene name and ID (UniGene, GenBank etc.). The web interface provides 7 different kinds of views: (I) user query, UniGene annotation, orthologous genes and genome browsers; (II) genome alignment; (III) exons and orthologous exons; (IV) introns and orthologous introns; (V) alternative splicing; (IV) isoform and protein sequences; (VII) tissue and cancer vs. normal specificity. ASAP II shows genome alignments of isoforms, exons, and introns in UCSC-like genome browser. All alternative splicing relationships with supporting evidence information, types of alternative splicing patterns, and inclusion rate for skipped exons are listed in separate tables. Users can also search human data for tissue- and cancer-specific splice forms at the bottom of the gene summary page. The p-values for tissue-specificity as log-odds (LOD) scores, and highlight the results for LOD >= 3 and at least 3 EST sequences are all also reported.

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Cite this (ArrayQuest, RRID:SCR_010935)

URL: http://proteogenomics.musc.edu/ma/arrayQuest.php?page=home&act=manage

Resource Type: Resource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resource

A web-accessible program for the analysis of DNA microarray data. ArrayQuest is designed to apply any type of DNA microarray analysis program executable on a Linux system (i.e., Bioconductor statistical and graphical methods written in R as well as BioPerl and C++ based scripts) to DNA microarray data stored in the MUSC DNA Microarray Database, the Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) or in a password protected private database uploaded to the center point server. ArrayQuest analyses are performed on a computer cluster.

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    Atlas3D

Cite this (Atlas3D, RRID:SCR_001808)

URL: http://www.nesys.uio.no/Atlas3D/

Resource Type: Resource, data processing software, software application, data visualization software, software resource, atlas, data or information resource

A multi-platform visualization tool which allows import and visualization of 3-D atlas structures in combination with tomographic and histological image data. The tool allows visualization and analysis of the reconstructed atlas framework, surface modeling and rotation of selected structures, user-defined slicing at any chosen angle, and import of data produced by the user for merging with the atlas framework. Tomographic image data in NIfTI (Neuroimaging Informatics Technology Initiative) file format, VRML and PNG files can be imported and visualized within the atlas framework. XYZ coordinate lists are also supported. Atlases that are available with the tool include mouse brain structures (3-D reconstructed from The Mouse Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates by Paxinos and Franklin (2001)) and rat brain structures (3-D reconstructed from The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates by Paxinos and Watson (2005)). Experimental data can be imported in Atlas3D and warped to atlas space, using manual linear registration, with the possibility to scale, rotate, and position the imported data. This facilitates assignment of location and comparative analysis of signal location in tomographic images.

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    Autopack

Cite this (Autopack, RRID:SCR_006830)

URL: http://www.autopack.org/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, data processing software

An open-source general packing algorithm that packs 3D objects onto surfaces, into volumes, and around volumes. It provides a general architecture to allow various packing algorithms to interoperate efficiently in the same model. autoPack can incorporate any packing solution into its modular python program architecture, but is currently optimized to provide a novel solution to the loose packing problem which places objects of discrete size into place (compared to advancing front, popcorn, or other fast tight-packing solutions that allow objects to scale to arbitrary masses.) Most popular 3D software programs now contain robust physics engines based on Bullet that can separate small collections of overlapping objects or allow volumes to be filled by pouring shapes from generators, but these approaches fails for large complex systems and result in either overlapping geometry, crashed software, or non-random gradients. Most packing algorithms are designed to position objects as efficiently as possible, but autoPack allows the user to select from random loose packing to highly organized packing methods??????even to choose both methods at the same time. autoPack positions 3D geometries into, onto, and around volumes with minimal to zero overlap. autoPack mixes several packing approaches and procedural growth algorithms. autoPack can thus place objects with forces and constraints to allow a high degree of control ranging from completely random distributions to highly ordered structures. * zero to minimal overlaps depending on the method used * accuracy vs speed parameters selected by the user * zero edge effects * complete control, from fully random to fully ordered distributions * agent-based interaction, weighting, and collision control

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    BARI 2D

Cite this (BARI 2D, RRID:SCR_001496)

URL: http://www.bari2d.org/

Resource Type: Resource, clinical trial

A multicenter randomized clinical trial that aims to determine the best therapies for people with type 2 diabetes and moderately severe cardiovascular disease. 2368 participants were randomized at 49 sites in 6 countries. All subjects were given intensive medical therapy to control cholesterol and blood pressure and given counseling, if needed, to quit smoking and to lose weight. Beyond that, they compared whether prompt revascularization, either bypass surgery or angioplasty, e.g. stents, was more effective than medical therapy alone. At the same time, they also looked at which of two diabetes treatment strategies resulted in better outcomes??????insulin-providing versus insulin-sensitizing - that is, increasing the amount of insulin or making the insulin work better. Only patients with known type 2 diabetes and heart disease that could be treated appropriately with a revascularization OR medical therapy alone were eligible for the trial. Patients entered the study between January 2001 ?????? March 2005 and were followed for an average of five years. When a patient entered the study, physicians first decided whether that patient should receive stenting or bypass surgery. The patient then received their randomization assignment. All patients were treated in BARI 2D for both their diabetes and heart disease, as well as other risk factors that might effect those diseases, regardless of which group they were in. Diabetes-specific complications including retinopathy, nephropathy, neuropathy, and peripheral vascular disease were monitored regularly. Tests, blood samples, urine samples, and treatment cost data were obtained periodically through the trial and examined by experts at 7 central laboratories and other research partners. Experts on risk factors routinely oversaw treatments of all patients at 4 central management centers. A panel of independent experts reviewed data every six months to make sure that all patients were receiving safe care.

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Cite this (BeetleBase, RRID:SCR_001955)

URL: http://beetlebase.org/

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resource

A centralized sequence database and community resource for Tribolium genetics, genomics and developmental biology containing genomic sequence scaffolds mapped to 10 linkage groups, genetic linkage maps, the official gene set, Reference Sequences from NCBI (RefSeq), predicted gene models, ESTs and whole-genome tiling array data representing several developmental stages. The current version of Beetlebase is built on the Tribolium castaneum 3.0 Assembly (Tcas 3.0) released by the Human Genome Sequencing Center at the Baylor College of Medicine. The database is constructed using the upgraded Generic Model Organism Database (GMOD) modules. The genomic data is stored in a PostgreSQL relational database using the Chado schema and visualized as tracks in GBrowse. The genetic map is visualized using the comparative genetic map viewer CMAP. To enhance search capabilities, the BLAST search tool has been integrated with the GMOD tools. Tribolium castaneum is a very sophisticated genetic model organism among higher eukaryotes. As the member of a primitive order of holometabolous insects, Coleoptera, Tribolium is in a key phylogenetic position to understand the genetic innovations that accompanied the evolution of higher forms with more complex development. Coleoptera is also the largest and most species diverse of all eukaryotic orders and Tribolium offers the only genetic model for the profusion of medically and economically important species therein. The genome sequences may be downloaded.

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    BioCARS

Cite this (BioCARS, RRID:SCR_001439)

URL: http://cars9.uchicago.edu/biocars/

Resource Type: Resource, biomedical technology research center, service resource, access service resource, training resource

Biomedical technology research center and training resource that is a state-of-the art, national user facility for synchrotron-based studies of dynamic and static properties of macromolecules by X-ray scattering techniques such as crystallography (specializing in time-resolved), small- and wide-angle X-ray scattering and fiber diffraction. BioCARS operates two X-ray beamlines, embedded in a Biosafety Level 3 (BSL-3) facility unique in the U.S. that permits safe studies of biohazardous materials such as human pathogens.

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    BioCAT

Cite this (BioCAT, RRID:SCR_001440)

URL: http://www.bio.aps.anl.gov/

Resource Type: Resource, biomedical technology research center, training resource

Biomedical technology research center and training resource for the study of the structure of partially ordered biological molecules, complexes of biomolecules and cellular structures under conditions similar to those present in living cells and tissues. The goal of research at BioCAT is to determine the detailed structure and mechanism of action of biological systems at the molecular level. The techniques used are X-ray fiber diffraction, X-ray solution scattering and X-ray micro-emission and micro-absorption spectroscopy, with an emphasis on time-resolved studies and the development of novel techniques.

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Cite this (BioCurrents Research Center, RRID:SCR_002020)

URL: http://www.biocurrents.org/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, instrument supplier, production service resource, material service resource, instrument manufacture, service resource, portal, material resource, data or information resource

The BioCurrents Research Center (BRC) is an integrated technology resource of the NIH:NCRR. The activities of the Center focus on molecular physiology as it relates to the cell function and disease. Our particular interest is how the dynamics of cell responses are reflected in the chemical profiles of microdomains surrounding single living cells. In order to measure complex cellular boundary layers, the BRC has specialized in the development of extremely sensitive signal acquisition and processing methods along with miniaturized electrochemical sensor designs. The technique is non-invasive and termed self-referencing. Since its establishment in 1996, the BRC has directed its technological research and development to the design and application of ultra-microelectrodes (tip diameters of less than 10m) tailored for the detection of specific chemicals. These have been successfully applied to the boundary layer profiles of many different cell types, with thematic strength in diabetes research, reproductive health and development (see collaborative profiles). More recently, it is changing its focus to technical developments, enhancing the integrative approach to cell function. To understand a cell as a dynamic and integrated whole, BRC must be able to examine responses from different domains as near to real time and as synchronously as possible. To this end, it is developing imaging capabilities to work in parallel with electrochemistry and conventional electrophysiological techniques. Imaging includes a spinning disc confocal, as well as a low light/luminescent imager designed and built within the BRC. The technologies developed or under development are in high demand within the biomedical community. Over 40 investigators work with the Center each year in a collaborative or service capacity. Over 80 of our visitor pool is NIH funded, representing approximately 25 NIH divisions and institutes. As part of our training and dissemination program we host occasional workshops at major national and international meetings, train a significant number of new investigators each year and host graduate students undertaking portions of their thesis dissertation using our technologies. In dissemination we advise on, and install, electrochemical systems in off campus research endeavors, both academic and industrial.

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    BioGRID

Cite this (BioGRID, RRID:SCR_007393)

URL: http://www.thebiogrid.org/

Resource Type: Resource, database, service resource, storage service resource, software resource, data repository, data or information resource

A curated protein-protein and genetic interaction repository of raw protein and genetic interactions from major model organism species, with data compiled through comprehensive curation efforts. The current version searches over 41,000 publications containing over 720,000 interactions (June 2014) and contributions are welcome. Complete coverage of the entire literature is maintained for budding yeast (S. cerevisiae), fission yeast (S. pombe) and thale cress (A. thaliana), and efforts to expand curation across multiple metazoan species are underway. Current curation drives are focused on particular areas of biology to enable insights into conserved networks and pathways that are relevant to human health. It provides interaction data to several model organism databases, resources such as Entrez-Gene, SGD, TAIR, FlyBase and other interaction meta-databases. The entire BioGRID 3.0 data collection may be downloaded in multiple file formats, including IMEx compatible PSI MI XML. For developers, BioGRID interactions are also available via a REST based Web Service and Cytoscape plugin.

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Cite this (Biomedical Informatics Research Network, RRID:SCR_005163)

URL: https://neuroscienceblueprint.nih.gov/factSheet/birn.htm

Resource Type: Resource, database, software resource, service resource, storage service resource, atlas, data repository, data or information resource

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. Documented September 21, 2017.

A national initiative to advance biomedical research through data sharing and online collaboration that provides data-sharing infrastructure, software tools, strategies and advisory services. BIRN provides a user-driven, software-based framework for research teams to share significant quantities of data rapidly, securely and privately across geographic distance and/or incompatible computing systems. Groups may choose whether to share data internally or with external audiences. In either scenario, hardware and data remain under the control of individual user groups. They also offer data-sharing software tools specific to biomedical research, best practices references, expert advice and other resources. BIRN actively is developing new data-sharing tools, authorization capabilities, and knowledge engineering tools to help researchers make sense of new information in unique ways. The main BIRN site is at the Information Sciences Institute at USC with collaborators at the University of Chicago, the Massachusetts General Hospital, University of California, Irvine and University of California, Los Angeles.

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Cite this (BioMesh3D, RRID:SCR_009534)

URL: http://www.sci.utah.edu/cibc/software/231-biomesh3d.html

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application

A free, easy to use program for generating quality meshes for use in biological simulations. It is currently integrated with SCIRun and uses the SCIRun system to visualize the intermediate results. The BioMesh3D program uses a particle system to distribute nodes on the separating surfaces that separate the different materials and then uses the TetGen software package to generate a full tetrahedral mesh.

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Cite this (Bioscholar, RRID:SCR_001380)

URL: http://www.isi.edu/projects/bioscholar/overview

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, source code

Knowledge management and engineering system software for experimental biomedical scientists permitting a single scientific worker (at the level of a graduate student or postdoctoral worker) to design, construct and manage a shared knowledge repository for a research group derived on a local store of PDF files. Usability is especially emphasized within a laboratory so that this software could provide support to experimental scientists attempting to construct a personalized representation of their own knowledge on a medium scale. The BioScholar system uses a graphical interface to create experimental designs based on the experimental variables in the system. The design is then analyzed to construct a tabular input form based on the data flow. They call this methodology "Knowledge Engineering from Experimental Design" or "KEfED". The approach is domain-independent but domain-specific modules reasoning can be constructed to generate interpretations from the observational data represented in the KEfED model. The application is available for download as platform-specific installers including Linux, Unix, Mac OS, and Windows. The installer will install an application that will run the BioScholar server. This server uses Jetty as its integrated web server.

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Cite this (BIRN Coordinating Center, RRID:SCR_007290)

URL: http://www.nbirn.net/research/bcc/index.shtm

Resource Type: Resource, organization portal, software application, portal, software resource, systems interoperability software, data or information resource

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on September 06, 2013. It was established to develop, implement and support the information infrastructure necessary to achieve large-scale data sharing among the test bed participants (function, morphometry and mouse birn). The BIRN-CC consists of a unique and well-established partnership between computer scientists, neuroscientists and engineers. This partnership addresses a large array of technical, policy, and architectural issues to fundamentally enable a new suite of information technology supported database and analysis tools that allow scientists to analyze and interpret significantly larger sets of data than is possible in the traditional single-institution study paradigm.

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