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dkCOIN Resource, data or information resource, resource, databaseTHIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented October 13, 2014. The resource has moved to the NIDDKInformation Network (dkNET) project. Contact them at info_at_dknet.org with any questions. Database of large pools of data relevant to the mission of NIDDKwith the goal of developing a community-based network for integration across disciplines to include the larger DKuniverse of diseases, investigators, and potential users. The focus is on greater use of this data with the objective of adding value by breaking down barriers between sites to facilitate linking of different datasets. To date (2013/06/10), a total of 1,195 resources have been associated with one or more genes. Of 11,580 total genes associated with resources, the ten most represented are associated with 359 distinct resources. The main method by which they currently interconnect resources between the providers is via EntrezGene identifiers. A total of 780 unique genes provide the connectivity between 3,159 resource pairs across consortia. To further increase interconnectivity, the groups have been further annotating their data with additional gene identifiers, publications, and ontology terms from selected Open Biological and Biomedical Ontologies (OBO).gene, adenovirus construct, antibody, co-immunoprecipitation, embryonic stem cell line, functional genomics, histology, mouse strain, pcr primer, protocol, real time pcr, metadata, diabetes, stem cell, metabolism, tissue development, web service, cloud, embryonic stem cellSCR_004438( dkCOIN , RRID:SCR_004438)NIDDK - National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases NIDDKrelated to: Beta Cell Biology Consortium , NIDDK Information Network, National Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Centers , Nuclear Receptor Signaling Atlas , Diabetic Complications Consortium , T1DBase , OBO, used by: NIF Data Federation, submitted by: NIDDK Information NetworkLast checked downnlx_44256
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