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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
NIMH Data ArchiveResource, service resource, data or information resource, data repository, storage service resource, databaseResearch data repository for data sharing and collaboration among autism spectrum disorder investigators. Used to accelerate scientific discovery through data sharing, data harmonization and reporting of research results.afni brik, ascii, bshort, bfloat, connectome file format, cifti, clinical neuroinformatics, cor, dicom, imaging genomics, inc, minc2, nifti, os independent, philips par/rec, tex, vrml, phenotype, neuroimaging, genomic, gender, male, female, dti, fmri, mri, spectroscopy, eeg, microarray, snp, cnv, next-generation sequencing, gene regulation, gene expression, genotyping, pedigree, clinical assessmentSCR_004434(NIMH Data Archive, RRID:SCR_004434)National Institute of Mental Health Autism, Autism spectrum disorder, Asperger Syndrome, Normal control, Sibling control, Parental control, Fragile X syndromeCenter for Information Technology, NICHD, NIEHS, NIMH, NINDSrelated to: National Database for Clinical Trials related to Mental Illness, RDoCdb, used by: National Database for Clinical Trials related to Mental Illness, RDoCdb, uses: HED Tags, recommended by: National Library of Medicine, BRAIN Initiative, listed by: NeuroImaging Tools and Resources Collaboratory (NITRC), re3data.org, works_with: NIMH Repository and Genomics Resources (NRGR), hosts: GUID ToolLast checked upnlx_143735http://www.nitrc.org/projects/ndarportalhttp://ndar.nih.gov/
UNC Infant 0-1-2 AtlasesResource, atlas, data or information resource3 atlases dedicated for neonates, 1-year-olds, and 2-year-olds. Each atlas comprises a set of 3D images made up of the intensity model, tissue probability maps, and anatomical parcellation map. These atlases are constructed with the help of state-of-the-art infant MR segmentation and groupwise registration methods, on a set of longitudinal images acquired from 95 normal infants (56 males and 39 females) at neonate, 1-year-old, and 2-year-old.analyze, atlas application, linux, macos, microsoft, magnetic resonance, posix/unix-like, infant, pediatric, template, longitudinal, neonate, male, female, mriSCR_002569(UNC Infant 0-1-2 Atlases, RRID:SCR_002569)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine; North Carolina; USA NormalNIBIB, NICHD, NIH, NIMH, NINDSlisted by: NeuroImaging Tools and Resources Collaboratory (NITRC)PMID:21533194Last checked upnlx_155971http://www.nitrc.org/projects/pediatricatlas
Hippocampal Slice Wave Animations Resource, topical portal, animation software, resource, software application, data visualization software, portal, software resource, data processing software, simulation software, data or information resourceTHIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on January 29, 2013. Supplemental data for the paper Changes in mitochondrial function resulting from synaptic activity in the rat hippocampal slice, by Vytautas P. Bindokas, Chong C. Lee, William F. Colmers, and Richard J. Miller that appears in the Journal of Neuroscience June 15, 1998. You can view digital movies of changes in fluorescence intensity by clicking on the title of interest.animation, hippocampal, hippocampus, mitochondrial, movie, neuroscience, rat, slice, waveSCR_008372( Hippocampal Slice Wave Animations , RRID:SCR_008372)MRC of Canada, NICHD, NIDA, NIDDK, NIGMS, NIMH, NINDSPMID:9614233Last checked downnif-0000-25609
Cerebellar Gene Regulation in Time and Space DatabaseResource, data set, data or information resource, databaseTime-series data sets spanning twelve time-points between E12-P9 for exploring cerebellar development of the mouse in time and space. The database contains a number of mutant / wildtype microarray datasets including two complete wildtype microarray time-series (C57BL/6 and DBA/2J). The dataset also includes in situ hybridization and bioinformatic analyses. Exploration of this dataset will allow the investigator to assess differential gene expression profiles from a developing mutant cerebella, to assess the temporal changes in gene expression in the wildtype, and to verify the cellular expression of these genes in images from our in situ hybridization library. Using the database, the investigator can explore the developmental expression or differential expression patterns of a particular gene, or create lists of similarly expression genes by building simple search algorithms. These lists can then be mined across all the datasets in both space and time. Cb GRiTS's current datasets represent gene expression analyses from multiple cerebellar mutant and wildtype single time-point and developmental series.anova, helmert analysis, polynomial analysis, differential equation modeling, paraclique analysis, parent/child analysis, microarray, mouse, mouse model, c57bl/6, dba/2j, in situ hybridization, bioinformatic analyses, gene expression, developmental expression, differential expression, development, cerebellum, phenotype, paraclique analysis, dynamic system modeling, prenatal, adult mouse, embryonic mouse, time series, geneSCR_001699(Cerebellar Gene Regulation in Time and Space Database, RRID:SCR_001699)University of British Columbia; British Columbia; Canada NICHDLast checked downnif-0000-10192http://grits.dglab.org/
DSHBResource, reagent supplier, material resource, antibody supplierAn antibody supplier which banks and distributes hybridomas and monoclonal antibodies for use in research. The bank includes antibodies against targets such as GFP, transcription factors, stem cells, and human.antibody supplier, hybridoma, monoclonal, bank, developmental studiesSCR_013527(DSHB, RRID:SCR_013527)NICHDhosted by: University of Iowa, Iowa, USALast checked upnlx_152343
TalkBankResource, narrative resource, data or information resource, training material, databaseDatabases of transcript and media data collected from conversations with adults and older children to foster fundamental research in the study of human and animal communication. Conversations with children are available from CHILDES. All of the data is transcribed in CHAT and CA/CHAT formats. Databases of the following types are included in the collection: Aphasia patient speech, Child speech, Study of Phonological Development, Conversation Analysis, and Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition. TalkBank will use these databases to advance the development of standards and tools for creating, sharing, searching, and commenting upon primary materials via networked computers.aphasia, aphasiabank, bilingbank, cabank, phonbank, psychology, speech, communication, clinical, transcript, audio track, video, talk, voice, language, conversation, discourse, adult human, child, second language, audiology, media, animal communication, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, gesture, code switching, bilingualism, linguistic, phonological development, danishSCR_003242(TalkBank, RRID:SCR_003242) University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia; Pennsylvania , Carnegie Mellon University; Pennsylvania; USA Aphasia, Dementia, BilingualismNICHD, NIDCDrelated to: PhonBank, listed by: re3data.org, works_with: Child Language Data Exchange System (CHILDES)Last checked upnif-0000-00626
DRIFTERResource, software resource, image analysis software, data processing software, software applicationModel based Bayesian method for eliminating physiological noise from fMRI data. This algorithm uses image voxel analysis to isolate the cardiac and respiratory noise from the relevant data.bayesian, physiological noise, fMRI, algorithm, cardiac, respiratory, image anaylsis, bold signalSCR_014937(DRIFTER, RRID:SCR_014937)Aalto University; Espoo; Finland Academy of Finland, National Health Research Institute Taiwan, National Science Council Taiwan, NCR, NIBIB, NICHD, NIDCD, NIMH, NINDSsubmitted by: Resource Identification PortalPMID:22281675Last checked down
DatabraryResource, database, software repository, service resource, portal, storage service resource, software resource, project portal, data repository, data or information resourceProject aims to promote data sharing, archiving, and reuse among researchers who study human development. Focuses on creating tools for scientists to store, manage, preserve, analyze and share video and related data.behavior, development, data, sharing, audio track, videoSCR_010471(Databrary, RRID:SCR_010471)New York University; New York; USA , Pennsylvania State University NICHD, NSFrelated to: Datavyu, Datavyu, listed by: re3data.orgLast checked upnlx_157733https://github.com/databrary
NICHD Developmental Neuroethology - Laboratory of Comparative EthologyResource, laboratory portal, portal, organization portal, data or information resourceUnderstanding the mechanisms underlying the expression and perception of auditory communication in nonhuman primates provides important insights for understanding the neural systems that mediate nonverbal auditory communication in humans. Our research is devoted to understanding the changes in vocal behavior that are associated with maturation and social experience under normative conditions, and to investigating neural systems to define their roles in auditory communication. The anterior cingulate gyrus, in the frontal cerebral cortex, is an essential neural system for the expression of the primate isolation call, a structural and functional equivalent of the cry sounds of humans. Bilateral removal of this structure in adult squirrel monkeys resulted in a long-lasting inability to emit isolation calls. Partial recovery, often over many weeks, initially took the form of production of short, faint and uninflected versions of the typical isolation call. Humans suffering infarct damage to this region likewise show an initial recovery in the form of short, faint, monosyllabic sounds, suggesting that the anterior cingulate gyrus of nonhuman primates is the evolutionary precursor of a neural structure involved in human affective expression and speech. Our working model of isolation call production is that the anterior cingulate gyrus is the site where the command to produce this vocalization is initiated. Since the anterior cingulate region also has reciprocal connections with temporal lobe auditory cortex, a presumptive feedback pathway exists for registering commands to initiate vocalization with the temporal lobe cortex, which plays a major role in perceiving and decoding the acoustic details of species-specific vocalizations. At present, we do not know the role of the anterior cingulate gyrus in the production of infant vocalizations. However, we have found that neonatal removal of the amygdala, an important forebrain component of the limbic system, or portions of the inferotemporal gyrus, which sends projections to the amygdala, result in significant changes in the vocal behavior of infant rhesus macaques. Vocal development is a dynamic process, and a pattern shared by several nonhuman primates has emerged regarding the nature of this process. Infants are highly vocal during periods of brief separation from their caregiver, and we take advantage of this to document the range of vocalizations produced by infants of different ages. In the neonatal period, infants of 3 species of nonhuman primate (rhesus macaque, squirrel monkey and common marmoset) all produce sounds that vary widely in their acoustic structure. Many of these bear a striking similarity to sounds used in a variety of social settings by adults, suggesting that neural systems responsible for generating adult vocalizations are already in place during early infancy. As infants mature, their vocal behavior during brief periods of social separation becomes much more stereotyped. It isn't until much later in development, as individuals engage in a variety of social interactions with peers and adults, that the sounds expressed in early infancy begin to re-appear in adult contexts. The role of individual experience during development is currently being explored to determine the mechanisms leading to the acquisition of adult vocal skills.behavior, ethology, development, auditory communication, nonverbal auditory communication, vocal behavior, maturation, social experience, neural system, vocal development, vocal skill, development, infant, amygdala, anterior cingulate gyrus, voice, sound, adult, neuroethology, primate behavior, functional neuroanatomy, atlasSCR_000416(NICHD Developmental Neuroethology - Laboratory of Comparative Ethology, RRID:SCR_000416)National Institute of Child Health and Human Development NICHDLast checked upnif-0000-00398
Vocal Inventory Clustering Engine (VoICE)Resource, software resource, software application, data analysis software, data processing softwareSoftware that groups vocal elements of birdsong by creating a high dimensionality dataset through scoring spectral similarity between vocalizations.bird, song, birdsong, vocal, audio, analysis, vocalization, spectral similarity, avian, matlabSCR_016004(Vocal Inventory Clustering Engine (VoICE), RRID:SCR_016004)5T32HC00722834, Autism Speaks, NICHD, NIMH, UCLAuses: MATLABLast checked up
Trans-Institute Angiogenesis Research Program Resource, portal, topical portal, resource, data or information resourceTrans-NIH program encouraging and facilitating the study of the underlying mechanisms controlling blood vessel growth and development. Other aims include: to identify specific targets and to develop therapeutics against pathologic angiogenesis in order to reduce the morbidity due to abnormal blood vessel proliferation in a variety of disease states; to better understand the process of angiogenesis and vascularization to improve states of decreased vascularization; to encourage and facilitate the study of the processes of lymphangiogenesis; and to achieve these goals through a multidisciplinary approach, bringing together investigators with varied backgrounds and varied interests.blood vessel, growth, development, target, therapeutic, vascularization, angiogenesis, lymphangiogenesisSCR_000384( Trans-Institute Angiogenesis Research Program , RRID:SCR_000384)National Institutes of Health Angiogenesis, LymphangiogenesisJDRF, NCI, NEI, NHLBI, NICHD, NIDDK, NINDSlisted by: NIDDK Information Network, submitted by: NIDDK Information NetworkLast checked downnlx_152866
NIH NeuroBioBankResource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, tissue bank, service resource, brain bank, storage service resource, material resource, material storage repositoryA federated network of brain and tissue repositories in the United States that collects, evaluates, stores, and makes available to researchers, brain and other tissues in a way that is consistent with the highest ethical and research standards. The NeuroBioBank ensures protection of the privacy and wishes of donors. Brain tissue is a precious resource that enables scientists to better understand disorders affecting the brain in order to develop treatments and cures. The NIH NeuroBioBank also provides information to the public about the need for tissue donation and how to register as a donor.brain, brain tissue, tissue, adult, child, brain donationSCR_003131(NIH NeuroBioBank, RRID:SCR_003131)National Institutes of Health Brain disorder, Autism spectrum disorder, Autism, Major Depressive Disorder, Schizophrenia, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Traumatic brain injuryNICHD, NIMH, NINDSlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_156783
IBIS NetworkResource, disease-related portal, topical portal, organization portal, consortium, portal, data or information resourceResearch study of brain development in infants and children with autism. Consortium of researchers across North America that work together to discover early changes in brain development of young children with autism. Participants will travel to their closest study location to receive developmental and behavioral assessments, MRI scan of the brain. Participants will be reimbursed for travel and related expenses. Families of children at high risk for developing symptoms of autism will receive assistance with referrals for local services.\\n\\n\\n\\ncheck if data repository is in the papersBrain, development, infant, child, autism, assessment, MRI, scan, brain, serviceSCR_017399(IBIS Network, RRID:SCR_017399)autismNICHDLast checked up
BMAP cDNA Resources Resource, topical portal, resource, production service resource, material service resource, service resource, portal, biomaterial manufacture, data or information resourceAs part of BMAP gene discovery efforts, mouse brain cDNA libraries and Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTs) have been generated. Through this project a BMAP mouse brain UniGene set consisting of over 24,000 non-redundant members of unique clusters has been developed from EST sequencing of more than 50,000 cDNA clones from 10 regions of adult mouse brain, spinal cord, and retina (http://brainEST.eng.uiowa.edu/). In 2001, NIMH along with NICHD, NIDDK, and NIDA, awarded a contract to the University of Iowa ( M.B. Soares, PI) to isolate full-length cDNA clones corresponding to genes expressed in the developing mouse nervous system and determine their full-coding sequences. The BMAP mouse brain EST sequences can be accessed at NCBI's dbEST database (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/dbEST/). Arrayed sets of BMAP mouse brain UniGenes and cDNA libraries, and individual BMAP cDNA clones can be purchased from Open Biosystems, Huntsville, AL (http://www.openbiosystems.combrain, spinal cord, retina, gene, cdna, library, est, cluster, clone, nervous system, dbest, database, gene discovery, cdna library, expressed sequence tag, coding sequence, adultSCR_002973( BMAP cDNA Resources , RRID:SCR_002973)BMAP - Brain Molecular Anatomy Project NICHD, NIDA, NIDDK, NIMH, NINDSrelated to: NCBI EST, Open BiosystemsLast checked upnif-0000-30154
Brain atlas of the common marmosetResource, atlas, data or information resourceNO LONGER IN SERVICE. Documented on October 1, 2019.\\nThe first brain atlas for the common marmoset to be made available since a printed atlas by Stephan, Baron and Schwerdtfeger published in 1980. It is a combined histological and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) atlas constructed from the brains of two adult female marmosets. Histological sections were processed from Nissl staining and digitized to produce an atlas in a large format that facilitates visualization of structures with significant detail. Naming of identifiable brain structures was performed utilizing current terminology. For the present atlas, an adult female was perfused through the heart with PBS followed by 10% formalin. The brain was then sent to Neuroscience Associates of Knoxville, TN, who prepared the brain for histological analysis. The brain was cut in the coronal (frontal) plane at 40 microns, every sixth section stained for Nissl granules with thionine and every seventh section stained for myelinated fibers with the Weil technique. The mounted sections were photographed at the NIH (Medical Arts and Photography Branch). The equipment used was a Nikon Multiphot optical bench with Zeiss Luminar 100 mm lens, and scanned with a Better Light 6100 scan back driven by Better Light Viewfinder 5.3 software. The final images were saved as arrays of 6000x8000 pixels in Adobe Photoshop 6.0. A scale in mm provided with these images permitted construction of the final Nissl atlas files with a horizontal and vertical scale. Some additional re-touching (brightness and contrast) was done with Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0. The schematic (labeled) atlas plates were created from the Nissl images. The nomenclature came almost exclusively from brainmaps.org, where a rhesus monkey brain with structures labeled can be found. The labels for the MRI images were placed by M. R. Zametkin, under supervision from Dr. Newman.callithrix jacchus jacchus, marmoset, primate neuroanatomy, callitrichidae, female, forebrain, thalamus, midbrain, brainstem, magnetic resonance imaging, adult, callithrix, histological section, nissl staining, brain, mriSCR_005135(Brain atlas of the common marmoset, RRID:SCR_005135)NICHD Developmental Neuroethology - Laboratory of Comparative Ethology NICHD, NIH, NINDSPMID:19744521Last checked upnlx_144140
TRIGRResource, clinical trialInternational, randomized, double-blinded trial to determine whether weaning to a casein hydrolysate formula during the first 6-8 months of life in place of cow milk based formula reduces the incidence of autoimmunity and type 1 diabetes in genetically susceptible newborn infants. 2160 eligible infants were randomized to test or control formulas when mothers decide to wean from exclusive breastfeeding. The participants will be monitored up to the age of 10 years for the appearance of diabetes-predictive autoantibodies and clinical type 1 diabetes. The TRIGR trial will determine whether delayed exposure to intact food proteins will reduce the chances of developing type 1 diabetes later in life. All babies in the study received the recommendation to breastfeed for at least the first six months of life. If a mother was unable to exclusively breastfeed before the baby was 8 months of age, her child was randomly assigned to one of two groups. One group of these babies received a trial formula based on extensively hydrolyzed protein; the other group received another trial formula containing a smaller amount of hydrolyzed protein. In the hydrolyzed formula, the big protein molecules have been split into very small fragments to provide a source of nutritional amino acids, but the fragments are likely too small to stimulate the immune system. The TRIGR trial will also be able to analyze whether exclusive breastfeeding per se can reduce the risk of the children to develop type 1 diabetes.casein hydrolysate formula, newborn, hydrolyzed infant formula, genetically susceptible, insulin, cow's milk, infant, feeding, diet, intervention, genetic risk, bibliography, dietary intervention, wean, prevention, nutrition, nonhydrolyzed infant formula, breast feeding, infant formulaSCR_001550(TRIGR, RRID:SCR_001550)University of South Florida; Florida; USA Type 1 diabetes, First-degree relative with Type 1 diabetesNICHD, RTD programme Quality of Life and Management of Living Resourceslisted by: ClinicalTrials.gov, NIDDK Research Resources, NIDDK Information Network, submitted by: NIDDK Information NetworkReferences (2)Last checked upnlx_152860http://trigr.epi.usf.edu/, http://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT00179777
CIS-BPResource, service resource, data or information resource, databaseSoftware tool as catalog of inferred sequence binding preferences. Online library of transcription factors and their DNA binding motifs.catalog, inferred, sequence, binding, preference, transcription, factor, DNA, motifSCR_017236(CIS-BP, RRID:SCR_017236)Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Junior Fellows Genetic Networks Program, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, EU Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship, Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Científico y Tecnológico, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Millennium Nucleus for Fungal Integrative and Synthetic Biology, NICHD, NIGMS, NSFPMID:25215497Last checked up
NICHD SECCYDResource, clinical database, data or information resource, databaseIt is the most comprehensive child care study conducted to date to determine how variations in child care are related to children''s development. The NICHD SECCYD is a longitudinal study initiated by The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) in 1989 to answer the many questions about the relationship between child care experiences and characteristics and children''s developmental outcomes. After a thorough scientific review, the NICHD selected a research team located at universities across the U.S., and at the NICHD, together providing multiple perspectives on and interests in child care research. The network was led and managed by a Steering Committee which included an independent chairperson, one representative from each of the grantee sites, one representative from the data center and one representative from NICHD. The Steering Committee established policies and procedures that governed the operations of the network, including its publication procedures. The progress of the study was monitored by NICHD and by the Steering Committee with guidance from an Advisory Board which was nominated by the Director of NICHD. This team of researchers worked cooperatively to design and implement the study, and in 1991, enrolled a very diverse sample of children and their families at 10 locations across the U.S. The NICHD SECCYD is characterized by a complex and detailed study design which takes into account many variables, including characteristics of the child care and the family environment. Researchers assessed children''s development using multiple methods (trained observers, interviewers, questionnaires, and testing) and measuring many facets of children''s development (social, emotional, intellectual, language development, behavioral problems and adjustment, and physical health). The 1,364 children and their families enrolled in the study were followed from birth to age 3 years during Phase I of the study from 1991-1994. Phase II of the study was conducted between 1995-2000 to follow the 1226 children and families continuing to participate from age 54 months through their second year in school. Phase III of the study was conducted between 2000 - 2005 to follow over 1100 of the children through their seventh year in school. Phase IV was conducted between 2006 2007 to follow over 1000 of the original families through age 15. The NICHD SECCYD was conducted by a network of investigators, the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. You may view information regarding data assessments, study publications, as well as a listing of the study researchers and committee members on the study website located at http://secc.rti.org. Qualified researchers are able to become affiliates with the study to utilize data from all phases of the study. As of January 2009, the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) at the University of Michigan assumed responsibility for the administration of data use agreements for the Phase I IV data. The ICPSR Data Use Agreement can be found at the following location: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ICPSR/studies/21940/documentation. If you have questions regarding the ICPSR process, please contact Russel Hathaway at rhataway (at) umich.edu.child, care, youth, development, scientific, developmental, researchSCR_006920(NICHD SECCYD, RRID:SCR_006920)NICHDLast checked upnif-0000-00617http://www.nichd.nih.gov/research/supported/Pages/seccyd.aspxhttp://secc.rti.org/
Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood SurveyResource, data set, biomaterial supply resource, material resource, data or information resourceA dataset of a panel study of a representative sample of all neighborhoods and households in Los Angeles County, with poor neighborhoods and families with children oversampled, for investigating the social and economic determinants of health and race and ethnic disparities. The study follows neighborhoods over time, as well as children and families. Two waves have been conducted to date, in 2000-2001 (L.A.FANS 1) and again beginning in 2006 through early 2009 (L.A. FANS 2). L.A.FANS-2 will significantly enhance the utility of the L.A.FANS data for studies of adult health disparities by: 1) Replicating self-reported health measures from L.A.FANS-1 and collecting new self-reports on treatment, health behaviors, functional limitations, quality and quantity of sleep, anxiety, health status vignettes, and changes in health status since the first interview; 2) Collecting physiological markers of disease and health status, including diabetes, hypertension, obesity, lung function, immune function, and cardiovascular disease; and 3) Expanding the data collected on adults'' work conditions, stressful experiences, and social ties. Wherever possible, L.A.FANS uses well-tested questions or sections from national surveys, such as the Health and Retirement Study (HRS), Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), National Longitudinal Surveys (NLS), and National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), and other urban surveys, such as the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods, to facilitate comparisons. Data Availability: Public use data, study design, and questionnaire content from L.A.FANS are available for downloading. Researchers can also apply for a restricted use version of the L.A.FANS-1 data that contain considerable contextual and geographically-referenced information. Application procedures are described at the project Website. L.A.FANS-2 fieldwork was completed at the end of 2008. The PIs anticipate L.A.FANS-2 public use data will be released in summer 2009. * Dates of Study: 2000-2008 * Study Features: Longitudinal, Minority Oversamples, Anthropometric Measures, Biospecimens * Sample Size: ** 2000-1: 2,548 (L.A.FANS 1) ** 2006-8: ~3,600 (L.A.FANS 2) Link: * ICPSR: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ICPSR/studies/00172child, educational achievement, education, achievement, neighborhood, adult, adolescent, los angeles, california, family, longitudinal, minority, anthropometric measure, biospecimen, policy, social, economic, health, race, ethnic disparity, treatment, health behavior, functional limitation, sleep, anxiety, health status, interview, questionnaireSCR_008923(Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey, RRID:SCR_008923)University of California at Los Angeles; California; USA AgingLos Angeles County, NIA, NICHD, NIEHS, Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Researchlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)Last checked upnlx_151849
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