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Cite this (Alzheimers Disease Genetics Consortium, RRID:SCR_004004)


Resource Type: Resource, data set, organization portal, portal, consortium, data or information resource

Consortium to conduct genome-wide association studies (GWAS) to identify genes associated with an increased risk of developing late-onset Alzheimer''''s disease (LOAD). The goal of the ADGC is to identify genetic variants associated with risk for AD. It plans to do this through the following collaborative goals: # Identify genes responsible for AD susceptibility # Identify AD sub-phenotype genes rate-of-progression plaque / tangle load / distribution biomarker variability # Generate a genetic data resource for the AD research community Data generated by ADGC is available at the following website:

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Cite this ( Beta Cell Biology Consortium , RRID:SCR_005136)


Resource Type: Resource, organization portal, resource, organism supplier, antibody supplier, database, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, experimental protocol, consortium, narrative resource, material resource, service resource, portal, storage service resource, cell repository, reagent supplier, data repository, material storage repository, data or information resource

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on August 1, 2015. Consortium that aims to facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations to advance the understanding of pancreatic islet development and function, with the goal of developing innovative therapies to correct the loss of beta cell mass in diabetes, including cell reprogramming, regeneration and replacement. They are responsible for collaboratively generating the necessary reagents, mouse strains, antibodies, assays, protocols, technologies and validation assays that are beyond the scope of any single research effort. The scientific goals for the BCBC are to: * Use cues from pancreatic development to directly differentiate pancreatic beta cells and islets from stem / progenitor cells for use in cell-replacement therapies for diabetes, * Determine how to stimulate beta cell regeneration in the adult pancreas as a basis for improving beta cell mass in diabetic patients, * Determine how to reprogram progenitor / adult cells into pancreatic beta-cells both in-vitro and in-vivo as a mean for developing cell-replacement therapies for diabetes, and * Investigate the progression of human type-1 diabetes using patient-derived cells and tissues transplanted in humanized mouse models. Many of the BCBC investigator-initiated projects involve reagent-generating activities that will benefit the larger scientific community. The combination of programs and activities should accelerate the pace of major new discoveries and progress within the field of beta cell biology.

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Cite this (Big Ten Cancer Research Consortium, RRID:SCR_004025)


Resource Type: Resource

A consortium that aims to transform cancer research through collaborative oncology trials that leverage the scientific and clinical expertise of the Big Ten universities. The goal is to align the conduct of cancer research through collaborative, hypothesis-driven, highly translational oncology trials that leverage the scientific and clinical expertise. The clinical trials that will be developed will be linked to molecular diagnostics, enabling researchers to understand what drives the cancers to grow and what might be done to stop them from growing. The consortium also leverages geographical locations and existing relationships among the cancer centers. One of the consortium's goals is to harmonize contracts and scientific review processes to expedite clinical trials. The consortium will only focus on phase 0 to II trials because larger trials - even a randomized phase II trial - are difficult to conduct at a single cancer center.

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Cite this (Clinical and Translational Science Awards Consortium, RRID:SCR_008339)


Resource Type: Resource, knowledge environment

National consortium of medical research institutions working together to transform the local, regional, and national environment to increase the efficiency and speed of clinical and translational research across the country. Consortium members share a common vision to reduce the time it takes for laboratory discoveries to become treatments for patients, to engage communities in clinical research efforts and to train clinical and translational researchers. This consortium includes 60 medical research institutions located throughout the nation, linking them together to energize the discipline of clinical and translational science. The CTSA consortium has five Strategic Goals: * National Clinical and Translational Research Capability * The Training and Career Development of Clinical and Translational Scientists * Consortium-Wide Collaborations * The Health of our Communities and the Nation * T1 Translational Research

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Cite this (DIRECT2experts, RRID:SCR_013958)


Resource Type: Resource, software resource, collaboration tool, portal, data or information resource

An on-going project and collaboration tool where biomedical researchers can access to expertise and related resources across institutions, regardless of local platforms and tools. Users can work with participating institutions in order to connect to their existing research networking tools. Biomedical institutions that wish to participate must have a mature, deployed research networking tool and can commit resources to assessments.

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Cite this (LabArchives, RRID:SCR_013973)


Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, electronic laboratory notebook

An ELN (electronic lab notebook) software application where researchers can record and organize their data in lieu of a paper notebook. Users can store and edit texts, PDFs, spreadsheets, images, sample collections, and other types of data. LabArchives automatically backs up data and data can be accessed anywhere. Users can choose to use the professional edition of LabArhives, the classroom edition, or to purchase an enterprise license.

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Cite this (Marine Biological Laboratory, RRID:SCR_002410)


Resource Type: Resource, organization portal, training resource, biomaterial supply resource, journal article, postdoctoral program resource, narrative resource, portal, meeting resource, material resource, funding resource, data or information resource

Private non-profit laboratory at the University of Chicago that works on scientific discovery of biodiversity, understanding the environment and exploring the human condition through education and research.

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Cite this (ReadCube, RRID:SCR_013777)


Resource Type: Resource, software resource

A software resource application which organizes research literature. Users can import PDF articles into the application and create a searchable library. ReadCube enables users to perform keyword searches and provides references as well as note-taking tools. ReadCube also recommends articles to users based on library contents. For publishers, ReadCube enables interactive PDF versions of articles with tools for readers to make notes or perform author and keyword searches.

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Cite this (Research Accelerator, RRID:SCR_006051)


Resource Type: Resource, service resource, portal, database, community building portal, data or information resource

Software platform that allows researchers to easily collaborate on research and share reagents, antibodies, cell lines and more. It is designed to increase scientific collaboration across disciplines and geographical boundaries. Among the institutions now using the platform include Yale University, U of Pennsylvania, U of Chicago, Washington U, Cambridge University, University College London. The platform is licensed to select institutions. allows researchers to form targeted, data driven collaborations. Researchers can search for data based on gene, disease and pathway, and they can post data which would otherwise be orphaned. The resulting collaborations, which are likely to be transdisciplinary, can greatly amplify impact and research productivity.

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