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Retinal wave repositoryResource, source code, data set, service resource, storage service resource, software resource, data repository, data or information resourceA curated repository (data and code) of multielectrode array recordings of spontaneous activity in developing mouse and ferret retina. The data have been annotated with minimal metadata and converted into HDF5 (Hierarchical data format, version 5) including the essential features of the recordings, such as developmental age, and genotype. All code and tools used in the analyses are also fully available for reuse, giving the ability to regenerate each figure and table and know exactly how the results were calculated, adding confidence in the research output and allowing others to easily build upon previous work. The addition of published data to the repository is encouraged.hdf5, development, neural circuit, retina, eye, multielectrode, array recording, spontaneous activity, reproducible research, retinal wave, electrophysiology, multielectrode array, developmental age, genotypeSCR_010462(Retinal wave repository, RRID:SCR_010462) University of Cambridge; Cambridge; United Kingdom , Code Analysis Repository and Modelling for e-Neuroscience , GigaScience Developing retina, AgingBBSRC, EPSRC, Wellcome TrustPMID:24666584Last checked upnlx_157664http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/eglen/waverepo/
Wellcome-CTC Mouse Strain SNP Genotype SetResource, data set, data or information resourceData set of genotypes available for 480 strains and 13370 successful SNP assays that are mapped to build34 of the mouse genome, including 107 SNPs that are mapped to random unanchored sequence 13374 SNPs are mapped onto Build 33 of the mouse genome. You can access the data relative to Build 33 or Build 34.genome, genotype, snp, chromosome, haplotype, haplotype structure, recombinant inbred mouse strainSCR_003216(Wellcome-CTC Mouse Strain SNP Genotype Set, RRID:SCR_003216)Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics NCRR, NIAAA, NIGMS, NIMH, NINDS, Wellcome TrustLast checked upnlx_156947
HipSciResource, production service resource, biomaterial supply resource, material service resource, data set, service resource, cell repository, material resource, biomaterial manufacture, data or information resourceA UK national induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell resource that will create and characterize more than 1000 human iPSCs from healthy and diseased tissue for use in cellular genetic studies. Between 2013 and 2016 they aim to generate iPS cells from over 500 healthy individuals and 500 individuals with genetic disease. They will then use these cells to discover how genomic variation impacts on cellular phenotype and identify new disease mechanisms. Strong links with NHS investigators will ensure that studies on the disease-associated cell lines will be linked to extensive clinical information. Further key features of the project are an open access model of data sharing; engagement of the wider clinical genetics community in selecting patient samples; and provision of dedicated laboratory space for collaborative cell phenotyping and differentiation.stem cell, genomic variation, cellular phenotype, disease mechanism, phenotype, disease, clinical data, clinical, genetics, male, female, cell line, induced pluripotent stem cellSCR_003909(HipSci, RRID:SCR_003909)European Bioinformatics Institute Healthy, Genetic diseaseMRC, Wellcome Trustlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_158252
DECIPHERResource, data or information resource, databaseInteractive database which incorporates a suite of tools designed to aid the interpretation of submicroscopic chromosomal imbalance. Used to enhance clinical diagnosis by retrieving information from bioinformatics resources relevant to the imbalance found in the patient. Contributing to the DECIPHER database is a Consortium, comprising an international community of academic departments of clinical genetics. Each center maintains control of its own patient data (which are password protected within the center''''s own DECIPHER project) until patient consent is given to allow anonymous genomic and phenotypic data to become freely viewable within Ensembl and other genome browsers. Once data are shared, consortium members are able to gain access to the patient report and contact each other to discuss patients of mutual interest, thus facilitating the delineation of new microdeletion and microduplication syndromes.chromosomal imbalance, phenotype, chromosome, gene, genome, deletion, duplication, copy number, genotype, polymorphismSCR_006552(DECIPHER, RRID:SCR_006552)Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute; Hinxton; United Kingdom Developmental disorder, Microdeletion Syndrome, Overgrowth syndrome, Microduplication syndrome, Deletion syndrome, Duplication syndrome, Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome, Williams-Beuren Syndrome, Smith-Magenis Syndrome, EtcWellcome Trustrelated to: Deciphering Developmental Disorders, Ensembl, used by: MARRVEL, listed by: OMICtoolsPMID:19344873Last checked upnlx_151653, OMICS_00265
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