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Add Health (National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health)Resource, data or information resource, databaseLongitudinal study of a nationally representative sample of adolescents in grades 7-12 in the United States during the 1994-95 school year. Public data on about 21,000 people first surveyed in 1994 are available on the first phases of the study, as well as study design specifications. It also includes some parent and biomarker data. The Add Health cohort has been followed into young adulthood with four in-home interviews, the most recent in 2008, when the sample was aged 24-32. Add Health combines longitudinal survey data on respondents social, economic, psychological and physical well-being with contextual data on the family, neighborhood, community, school, friendships, peer groups, and romantic relationships, providing unique opportunities to study how social environments and behaviors in adolescence are linked to health and achievement outcomes in young adulthood. The fourth wave of interviews expanded the collection of biological data in Add Health to understand the social, behavioral, and biological linkages in health trajectories as the Add Health cohort ages through adulthood. The restricted-use contract includes four hours of free consultation with appropriate staff; after that, there''s a fee for help. Researchers can also share information through a listserv devoted to the database.adolescent, longitudinal, adult human, interview, social, behavior, health, early adult humanSCR_007434(Add Health (National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health), RRID:SCR_007434)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; North Carolina; USA AgingCDC, Department of Health and Human Services, MacArthur Foundation, NCI, NIA, NIAAA, NIAID, NICHD, NIDA, NIDCD, NIGMS, NIH, NIMH, NIMHD, NINR, NSF, Robert Wood Johnson FoundationLast checked upnif-0000-00621
Autoimmune Lymphoproliferative Syndrome InformationResource, disease-related portal, topical portal, portal, data or information resourceA disease-related portal about Autoimmune Lymphoproliferative Syndrome (ALPS) including research in the following categories: Medical and Genetic Description, Database of Mutations, Database of ALPS-FAS Mutations, and Molecular Pathways. Autoimmune Lymphoproliferative Syndrome (ALPS) is a recently recognized disease in which a genetic defect in programmed cell death, or apoptosis, leads to breakdown of lymphocyte homeostasis and normal immunologic tolerance. It is an inherited disorder of the immune system that affects both children and adults. In ALPS, unusually high numbers of white blood cells called lymphocytes accumulate in the lymph nodes, liver, and spleen, which can lead to enlargement of these organs. Database of Mutations * All existing ALPS-FAS mutations (NIH Web site) * ALPS-FAS * ALPS Type Ia (most common type) ** Reported FAS (TNFRSF6) mutations causing ALPS ** Distribution of FAS (TNFRSF6) mutations ** FAS (TNFRSF6) polymorphisms * ALPS Type IIapoptosis, autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome, double negative t cell, lymphocyte, pathway, immune system, clinical trial, child, adult, mutationSCR_006451(Autoimmune Lymphoproliferative Syndrome Information, RRID:SCR_006451)Autoimmune Lymphoproliferative SyndromeNIAIDLast checked upnif-0000-02542
ApiDotsResource, data or information resource, databaseNote: ApiDots is currently unavailable. For data on apicomplexan EST assemblies, please see EuPathDB ApiDots is a database integrating mRNA/EST sequences from numerous Apicomplexan parasites. ESTs and mRNAs were clustered and further assembled to generate consensus sequences. These consensus sequences were then subjected to database searches against protein sequences and protein domain sequences. The underlying relational structure of this database allows researchers to analyze these data and pose biologically interesting questions.est, apicomplexan parasite, mrna, protein domain sequence, protein sequenceSCR_001778(ApiDots, RRID:SCR_001778)University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia; Pennsylvania Amerman Family Foundation, Burroughs Wellcome Fund, Merck Research Laboratories, NIAID, NRI, USDArelated to: Eukaryotic Pathogen Database Resources (EuPathDB)PMID:12618375Last checked upnif-0000-02556
ApiDB CryptoDBResource, data or information resource, databaseAn integrated genomic and functional genomic database for the parasite Cryptosporidium. CryptoDB integrates whole genome sequence and annotation along with experimental data and environmental isolate sequences provided by community researchers. The database includes supplemental bioinformatics analyses and a web interface for data-mining. Organisms included in CryptoDB are Cryptosporidium parvum, Cryptosporidium hominis, Cryptosporidium muris and environmental isolate sequences from numerous species. CryptoDB is allied with the databases PlasmoDB and ToxoDB via ApiDB, an NIH/NIAID-funded Bioinformatics Resource Center. Tools include: * BLAST: Identify Sequence Similarities * Sequence Retrieval: Retrieve Specific Sequences using IDs and coordinates * PubMed and Entrez: View the Latest Cryptosporidium Pubmed and Entrez Results * Genome Browser: View Sequences and Features in the genome browser * CryptoCyc: Explore Automatically Defined Metabolic Pathways * Searches via Web Services: Web service access to our datacryptosporidium parvum, cryptosporidium, cryptosporidium genome, cryptosporidium orf, cryptosporidium sage tag alignments, cryptosporidium snp, genomic sequence, dna motif, snp, est, orf, data setSCR_013455(ApiDB CryptoDB, RRID:SCR_013455)Eukaryotic Pathogen Database Resources (EuPathDB) NIAIDuses: SynView, listed by: 3DVCPMID:16381902Last checked upnif-0000-02698
CuticleDBResource, data or information resource, databaseA relational database containing all structural proteins of Arthropod cuticle identified to date. Many come from direct sequencing of proteins isolated from cuticle and from sequences from cDNAs that share common features with these authentic cuticular proteins. It also includes proteins from the five sequenced genomes where manual annotation has been applied to cuticular proteins: Anopheles gambiae, Apis mellifera, Bombyx mori, Drosophila melanogaster, and Nasonia vitripennis. Some sequences were confirmed as authentic cuticular proteins because protein sequencing revealed that they were present in cuticle; others were identified by sequence homology and other criteria. Entries provides information about whether sequences are putative or authentic cuticular proteins. CuticleDB was primarily designed to contain correct and full annotation of cuticular protein data. The database will be of help to future genome annotators. Users will be able to test hypotheses for the existence of known and also of yet unknown motifs in cuticular proteins. An analysis of motifs may contribute to understanding how proteins contribute to the physical properties of cuticle as well as to the precise nature of their interaction with chitin.genome, cuticle, cuticle protein, cuticular protein, cdna, protein, insect, exoskeleton, annotation, chitinSCR_007045(CuticleDB, RRID:SCR_007045)University of Athens Biophysics and Bioinformatics Laboratory NIAID, University of Athens; Athens; GreecePMID:15453918Last checked upnif-0000-02708
ERICResource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resourceERIC is a resource of annotated enterobacterial genomes. Information is available and accessed through a open web portal uniting biological data and analysis tools. ERIC contains information on Escherichia, Shigella, Salmonella, Yersinia, and other microorgansims. ERIC has recently been moved over to PATRIC: The PATRIC BRC is now responsible for all bacterial species in the NIAID Category A-C Priority Pathogen lists for biodefense research, and pathogens causing emerging/reemerging infectious diseases. For ERIC users, we understand that the resource was valuable to your work. As such, we will be doing our very best to create a useful PATRIC resource to continue supporting your work. We realize that the transition will cause disruptions. However, it is a priority for us to work with established BRC users and communities to identify and prioritize our transition efforts. We have concentrated on the transfer of genomic data for this initial release. We anticipate adding new data, tools, and website features over the next several months. We look forward to working with you during the next 5 years.enterobacteria, enterobacteria pathogen, biodefense, disease bioinformatics, human disease, pathogen, pathogenic bacteria, cronobacter, enterobacter, erwinia, klebsiella, pectobacterium, photorhabdus, proteus, serratia, escherichia, shigella, salmonella, yersinia, citrobacterSCR_007644(ERIC, RRID:SCR_007644)Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Virginia; USA NIAIDLast checked downnif-0000-02813
HCV DatabasesResource, disease-related portal, topical portal, portal, data or information resourceThe Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Database Project strives to present HCV-associated genetic and immunologic data in a user-friendly way, by providing access to the central database via web-accessible search interfaces and supplying a number of analysis tools.hcv, hepatitis c virus, hepatitis c, database, data analysis service, sequence, immunology, annotationSCR_002863(HCV Databases, RRID:SCR_002863)HIV Databases Hepatitis CNIAIDLast checked upnif-0000-02944
HIV-1 Human Protein Interaction DatabaseResource, data or information resource, databaseA database of interactions between HIV-1 and human proteins published in the peer-reviewed literature. The goal is to provide a concise, yet detailed, summary of all known interactions of HIV-1 proteins with host cell proteins, other HIV-1 proteins, or proteins from disease organisms associated with HIV/AIDS. For each HIV-1 human protein interaction the following information is provided: * NCBI Reference Sequence (RefSeq) protein accession numbers. * NCBI Entrez Gene ID numbers. * Amino acids from each protein that are known to be involved in the interaction. * Brief description of the protein-protein interaction. * Keywords to support searching for interactions. * PubMed identification numbers (PMIDs) for all journal articles describing the interaction. In addition, all protein-protein interactions documented in the database are integrated into Entrez Gene records and listed in the ''HIV-1 protein interactions'' section of Entrez Gene reports. The database is also tightly linked to other databases through Entrez Gene, enabling users to search for an abundance of information related to HIV pathogenesis and replication.protein-protein interaction, protein, interaction, cellular proteinSCR_006879(HIV-1 Human Protein Interaction Database, RRID:SCR_006879)NCBI Human immunodeficiency virus, Type 1NIAIDrelated to: VirHostNet: Virus-Host NetworkReferences (3)Last checked upnif-0000-02964
HIV Molecular Immunology DatabaseResource, data or information resource, databaseAn annotated, searchable collection of HIV-1 cytotoxic and helper T-cell epitopes and antibody binding sites, plus related tools and information. The goal of this database is to provide a comprehensive listing of defined HIV epitopes. These data are also printed in the HIV Molecular Immunology compendium, which is updated yearly and provided free of charge to scientific researchers, both by online download and as a printed copy. The data included in this database are extracted from the HIV immunology literature. HIV-specific B-cell and T-cell responses are summarized and annotated. Immunological responses are divided into three sections, CTL (CD8+), T helper (CD4+), and antibody. Within these sections, defined epitopes are organized by protein and binding sites within each protein, moving from left to right through the coding regions spanning the HIV genome. We include human responses to natural HIV infections, as well as vaccine studies in a range of animal models and human trials. Responses that are not specifically defined, such as responses to whole proteins or monoclonal antibody responses to discontinuous epitopes, are summarized at the end of each protein sub-section. Studies describing general HIV responses to the virus, but not to any specific protein, are included at the end of each section. The annotation includes information such as cross-reactivity, escape mutations, antibody sequence, TCR usage, functional domains that overlap with an epitope, immune response associations with rates of progression and therapy, and how specific epitopes were experimentally defined. Basic information such as HLA specificities for T-cell epitopes, isotypes of monoclonal antibodies, and epitope sequences are included whenever possible. All studies that we can find that incorporate the use of a specific monoclonal antibody are included in the entry for that antibody. A single T-cell epitope can have multiple entries, generally one entry per study. Finally, tables and maps of all defined linear epitopes relative to the HXB2 reference proteins are provided. Alignments of CTL, helper T-cell, and antibody epitopes are available through the search interfaces. Only responses to HIV-1 and HIV-2 are included in the database.cytotoxic t cell, cytotoxic t lymphocyte, helper t-cell, antibody, binding site, epitope, t cell epitope, human immunodeficiency virus, immunology, molecule, genome, protein, alignment, b-cell, t-cell, annotation, ctl, t helper, coding region, cross-reactivity, escape mutation, antibody sequence, tcr usage, functional domain, immune response, progression, therapySCR_002893(HIV Molecular Immunology Database, RRID:SCR_002893)HIV Databases Human immunodeficiency virusNIAIDLast checked upnif-0000-02965
HIV Sequence DatabaseResource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resourceHIV Sequence Database is a database of annotated HIV sequences, plus a variety of tools and information for researchers studying HIV and SIV. The main aim of this website is to provide easy access to our sequence database, alignments, and the tools and interfaces we have produced. The HIV Sequence Database focuses on five primary goals: * Collecting HIV and SIV sequence data (all sequences since 1987) * Curating and annotating this data, and making it available to the scientific community * Computer analysis of HIV and related sequences * Production of software for the analysis of (sequence) data * The data and analyses on this site and published in a yearly printed publication, the HIV sequence Compendium, which is available free of charge.drug resistance, genetics, mutation, vaccine, human immunodeficiency virus, siv, sequence, alignment, simian immunodeficiency virusSCR_002906(HIV Sequence Database, RRID:SCR_002906)HIV Databases Human immunodeficiency virus, Simian immunodeficiency virusNIAIDLast checked downnif-0000-02967
NMPDRResource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resourceThe National Microbial Pathogen Data Resource provides curated annotations in an environment for comparative analysis of genomes and biological subsystems, with an emphasis on the food-borne pathogens Campylobacter, Listeria, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, and Vibrio; as well as the STD pathogens Chlamydiaceae, Haemophilus, Mycoplasma, Neisseria, Treponema, and Ureaplasma. This edition of the NMPDR includes 47 archaeal, 725 bacterial, and 29 eukaryal genomes with 3,257,100 genetic features, of which 1,338,895 are in FIGfams curated using 616 active subsystems. ''''''Notice to NMPDR Users'''''' - The NMPDR BRC contract ended in December 2009. At that time we ceased maintenance of the NMPDR web resource and data. Bacterial data from NMPDR has been transferred to PATRIC (, a new consolidated BRC for all NIAID category A-C priority pathogenic bacteria. NMPDR was a collaboration among researchers from the Computation Institute of the University of Chicago, the Fellowship for Interpretation of Genomes (FIG), Argonne National Laboratory, and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois.SCR_007821(NMPDR, RRID:SCR_007821)University of Chicago; Illinois; USA NIAIDPMID:17145713Last checked upnif-0000-03193
ApiDB PlasmoDBResource, data analysis service, data access protocol, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, web service, service resource, software resource, data or information resourcePlasmoDB is a genome database for the genus Plasmodium, a set of single-celled eukaryotic pathogens that cause human and animal diseases, including malaria. It brings together data provided by numerous laboratories worldwide (see the Data Sources page), and adds its own data analysis. PlasmoDB is a functional genomic database for Plasmodium spp. that provides a resource for data analysis and visualization in a gene-by-gene or genome-wide scale. PlasmoDB belongs to a family of genomic resources that are housed under the EuPathDB Bioinformatics Resource Center (BRC) umbrella. PlasmoDB contains numerous data types from several broad categories--annotated genomes, evidence of transcription, proteomics evidence, protein function evidence, population biology and evolution. Data in PlasmoDB can be queried by selecting the data of interest from a query grid or drop down menus. Various results can then be combined with each other on the query history page. Search results can be downloaded with associated functional data and registered users can store their query history for future retrieval or analysis. Organisms * Annotated genomes: Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium yoelii, Plasmodium berghei, Plasmodium chabaudi, Plasmodium knowlesi * Unannotated genomes: Plasmodium reichenowi, Plasmodium gallinaceum * Others: environmental isolate sequences from numerous species PlasmoDB provides programmatic access to its searches, via REST Web Services.SCR_013331(ApiDB PlasmoDB, RRID:SCR_013331)Eukaryotic Pathogen Database Resources (EuPathDB) NIAIDrelated to: GeneDB Pfalciparum, uses: SynViewPMID:18957442Last checked upnif-0000-03314
PolymiRTSResource, data or information resource, databaseDatabase of naturally occurring DNA variations in microRNA (miRNA) seed regions and miRNA target sites. MicroRNAs pair to the transcripts of protein-coding genes and cause translational repression or mRNA destabilization. SNPs and INDELs in miRNAs and their target sites may affect miRNA-mRNA interaction, and hence affect miRNA-mediated gene repression. The PolymiRTS database was created by scanning 3'UTRs of mRNAs in human and mouse for SNPs and INDELs in miRNA target sites. Then, the potential downstream effects of these polymorphisms on gene expression and higher-order phenotypes are identified. Specifically, genes containing PolymiRTSs, cis-acting expression QTLs, and physiological QTLs in mouse and the results of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) of human traits and diseases are linked in the database. The PolymiRTS database also includes polymorphisms in target sites that have been supported by a variety of experimental methods and polymorphisms in miRNA seed regions.polymorphism, microrna, human, disease, trait, snp, indel, pathway, genetic variant, gene expression, phenotype, chromosome, chromosome locationSCR_003389(PolymiRTS, RRID:SCR_003389)University of Tennessee Health Science Center; Tennessee; USA American Heart Association, NIAAA, NIAID, NICHD, NIDA, NINR, PhRMA Foundation, United States Department of Defense, UT Center for Integrative and Translational Genomicslisted by: OMICtoolsReferences (2)Last checked upnif-0000-03324, OMICS_00391
JCVI CMRResource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resourceDatabase of all of the publicly available, complete prokaryotic genomes. In addition to having all of the organisms on a single website, common data types across all genomes in the CMR make searches more meaningful, and cross genome analysis highlight differences and similarities between the genomes. CMR offers a wide variety of tools and resources, all of which are available off of our menu bar at the top of each page. Below is an explanation and link for each of these menu options. * Genome Tools: Find organism lists as well as summary information and analyses for selected genomes. * Searches: Search CMR for genes, genomes, sequence regions, and evidence. * Comparative Tools: Compare multiple genomes based on a variety of criteria, including sequence homology and gene attributes. SNP data is also found under this menu. * Lists: Select and download gene, evidence, and genomic element lists. * Downloads: Download gene sequences or attributes for CMR organisms, or go to our FTP site. * Carts: Select genome preferences from our Genome Cart or download your Gene Cart genes. The Omniome is the relational database underlying the CMR and it holds all of the annotation for each of the CMR genomes, including DNA sequences, proteins, RNA genes and many other types of features. Associated with each of these DNA features in the Omniome are the feature coordinates, nucleotide and protein sequences (where appropriate), and the DNA molecule and organism with which the feature is associated. Also available are evidence types associated with annotation such as HMMs, BLAST, InterPro, COG, and Prosite, as well as individual gene attributes. In addition, the database stores identifiers from other centers such as GenBank and SwissProt, as well as manually curated information on each genome or each DNA molecule including website links. Also stored in the Omniome are precomputed homology data, called All vs All searches, used throughout the CMR for comparative analysis.microbial, prokaryotic, genome, annotation, dna sequence, protein, rna gene, blastSCR_005398(JCVI CMR, RRID:SCR_005398)J. Craig Venter Institute DOE, NIAID, NSFrelated to: AmiGO, used by: NIF Data FederationLast checked upnif-0000-03555
ApiDB ToxoDBResource, data or information resource, databaseA genome and functional genomic database for the protozoan parasite Toxoplasma gondii. It incorporates the sequence and annotation of the T. gondii ME49 strain, as well as genome sequences for the GT1, VEG and RH (Chr Ia, Chr Ib) strains. Sequence information is integrated with various other genomic-scale data, including community annotation, ESTs, gene expression and proteomics data. Organisms * Toxoplasma gondii (ME49, RH, GT1, Veg strains) * Neospora caninum * environmental isolate sequences from numerous species Tools * BLAST: Identify Sequence Similarities * Sequence Retrieval: Retrieve Specific Sequences using IDs and coordinates * PubMed and Entrez: View the Latest Toxoplasma, Neospora Pubmed and Entrez Results * Genome Browser: View Sequences and Features in the genome browser * Ancillary Genome Browse: Access Additional info like Probeset data and Toxoplasma Array infoend-sequencing, bac clone, data mining tool, microarray, proteomic sequencing, toxoplasma gondii, bac clone, 8x random shotgun, genomic sequencing project, snp, qtl, sequencing, genomic, non-vertebrate, unicellular, eukaryote, genome, pathogen, toxoplasmosisSCR_013453(ApiDB ToxoDB, RRID:SCR_013453)Eukaryotic Pathogen Database Resources (EuPathDB) NIAIDReferences (2)Last checked upnif-0000-03572
VectorBaseResource, service resource, data or information resource, data repository, storage service resource, databaseBioinformatics Resource Center for invertebrate vectors. Provides web-based resources to scientific community conducting basic and applied research on organisms considered potential agents of biowarfare or bioterrorism or causing emerging or re-emerging diseases.blast, clustalw, hmmer, vector, genomics, genome, sequence, population, insecticide resistance, annotation, microarray, gene expression, anatomy, pathogen, human, transcript, transcriptome, protein, proteome, mitochondria sequence, bioinformatics resource center, pathogen, arthropoda, vector control, ontology, software, source code, mitochondrial sequence, data analysis service, image collectionSCR_005917(VectorBase, RRID:SCR_005917)European Bioinformatics Institute , University of Notre Dame; Indiana; USA European Union, Evimalar network of excellence, INFRAVEC, NIAIDrelated to: ClustalW2, AnoBase: An Anopheles database, Hmmer, recommended by: National Library of Medicine, BRAIN Initiative, listed by: re3data.orgReferences (5)Last checked downnif-0000-03624
VBRCResource, data analysis service, database, analysis service resource, production service resource, service resource, storage service resource, data repository, data or information resourceOne of eight Bioinformatics Resource Centers nationwide providing comprehensive web-based genomics resources including a relational database and web application supporting data storage, annotation, analysis, and information exchange to support scientific research directed at viruses belonging to the Arenaviridae, Bunyaviridae, Filoviridae, Flaviviridae, Paramyxoviridae, Poxviridae, and Togaviridae families. These centers serve the scientific community and conduct basic and applied research on microorganisms selected from the NIH/NIAID Category A, B, and C priority pathogens that are regarded as possible bioterrorist threats or as emerging or re-emerging infectious diseases. The VBRC provides a variety of analytical and visualization tools to aid in the understanding of the available data, including tools for genome annotation, comparative analysis, whole genome alignments, and phylogenetic analysis. Each data release contains the complete genomic sequences for all viral pathogens and related strains that are available for species in the above-named families. In addition to sequence data, the VBRC provides a curation for each virus species, resulting in a searchable, comprehensive mini-review of gene function relating genotype to biological phenotype, with special emphasis on pathogenesis.virus, arenaviridae, bunyaviridae, filoviridae, flaviviridae, paramyxoviridae, poxviridae, togaviridae, blast, ortholog, variation, sequence analysis, genome, gene, epidemiology, bioinformatics resource center, phenotype, pathogenesis, pathogen, annotation, genomicsSCR_005971(VBRC, RRID:SCR_005971)University of Alabama at Birmingham; Alabama; USA , University of Victoria; British Columbia; Canada NIAIDLast checked upnif-0000-03632
DAVIDResource, data analysis service, data access protocol, database, web service, production service resource, analysis service resource, service resource, software resource, data or information resourceAn integrated biological knowledgebase and comprehensive set of functional annotation tools for investigators to understand biological meaning behind large lists of genes. For any given gene list, DAVID tools are able to: - Identify enriched biological themes, particularly GO terms - Discover enriched functional-related gene groups - Cluster redundant annotation terms - Visualize genes on BioCarta & KEGG pathway maps - Display related many-genes-to-many-terms on 2-D view. - Search for other functionally related genes not in the list - List interacting proteins - Explore gene names in batch - Link gene-disease associations - Highlight protein functional domains and motifs - Redirect to related literatures - Convert gene identifiers from one type to another.functional domain, annotation, motif, protein, ontology enrichment, gene, high-throughput, functional classification, functional annotation, clustering, genome, pathway, gene-disease association, interaction, functional domain, motif, visualizationSCR_001881(DAVID, RRID:SCR_001881)NCI-Frederick NIAIDrelated to: Gene Ontology, BioCarta Pathways, KEGG, listed by: OMICtools, 3DVC, LabWormPMID:19131956Last checked upnif-0000-10451, OMICS_02220, SCR_003033, nif-0000-30408
National Swine Resource and Research CenterResource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, tissue bank, service resource, storage service resource, cell repository, material resource, material storage repositoryCenter that provides access to critically needed swine models of human health and disease as well as a central resource for reagents, creation of new genetically modified swine, and information and training related to use of swine models in biomedical research.pig, fetal fibroblast, live animal, tissue, fibroblast, fetus, genetically modified pig, biomaterial manufacture, genome, genotyping, genetics, reproduction, breeding, health monitoring, cryopreservation, phenotyping, consultingSCR_006855(National Swine Resource and Research Center, RRID:SCR_006855)University of Missouri; Missouri; USA NHLBI, NIAID, NIH Office of the Directorrelated to: One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, Monarch Initiative, used by: Integrated Animals, listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnif-0000-12086
ASPGDResource, service resource, data or information resource, data repository, storage service resource, databaseDatabase of genetic and molecular biological information about the filamentous fungi of the genus Aspergillus including information about genes and proteins of Aspergillus nidulans and Aspergillus fumigatus; descriptions and classifications of their biological roles, molecular functions, and subcellular localizations; gene, protein, and chromosome sequence information; tools for analysis and comparison of sequences; and links to literature information; as well as a multispecies comparative genomics browser tool (Sybil) for exploration of orthology and synteny across multiple sequenced Sgenus species. Also available are Gene Ontology (GO) and community resources. Based on the Candida Genome Database, the Aspergillus Genome Database is a resource for genomic sequence data and gene and protein information for Aspergilli. Among its many species, the genus contains an excellent model organism (A. nidulans, or its teleomorph Emericella nidulans), an important pathogen of the immunocompromised (A. fumigatus), an agriculturally important toxin producer (A. flavus), and two species used in industrial processes (A. niger and A. oryzae). Search options allow you to: *Search AspGD database using keywords. *Find chromosomal features that match specific properties or annotations. *Find AspGD web pages using keywords located on the page. *Find information on one gene from many databases. *Search for keywords related to a phenotype (e.g., conidiation), an allele (such as veA1), or an experimental condition (e.g., light). Analysis and Tools allow you to: *Find similarities between a sequence of interest and Aspergillus DNA or protein sequences. *Display and analyze an Aspergillus sequence (or other sequence) in many ways. *Navigate the chromosomes set. View nucleotide and protein sequence. *Find short DNA/protein sequence matches in Aspergillus. *Design sequencing and PCR primers for Aspergillus or other input sequences. *Display the restriction map for a Aspergillus or other input sequence. *Find similarities between a sequence of interest and fungal nucleotide or protein sequences. AspGD welcomes data submissions.function, gene, gene name, annotation, aspergillus, aspergillus nidulans, chromosome, community, dna, genome, genomic, localization, orthology, phenotype, protein, protein-coding genes, s. cerevisiae, sequence, allele, data analysis serviceSCR_002047(ASPGD, RRID:SCR_002047) Broad Institute , Stanford University School of Medicine; California; USA NIAIDrelated to: Candida Genome Database, AmiGO, used by: NIF Data FederationPMID:19773420Last checked upnif-0000-12244
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