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T1DBase: integration and presentation of complex data for type 1 diabetes research

(2007) NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH. 35. p.D742-D746
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T1DBase (http://T1DBase.org) [Smink et al. (2005) Nucleic Acids Res., 33, D544-D549; Burren et al. (2004) Hum. Genomics, 1, 98-109] is a public website and database that supports the type 1 diabetes (T1D) research community. T1DBase provides a consolidated T1D-oriented view of the complex data world that now confronts medical researchers and enables scientists to navigate from information they know to information that is new to them. Overview pages for genes and markers summarize information for these elements. The Gene Dossier summarizes information for a list of genes. GBrowse [Stein et al. (2002) Genome Res., 10, 1599-1610] displays genes and other features in their genomic context, and Cytoscape [Shannon et al. (2003) Genome Res., 13, 2498-2504] shows genes in the context of interacting proteins and genes. The Beta Cell Gene Atlas shows gene expression in beta cells, islets, and related cell types and lines, and the Tissue Expression Viewer shows expression across other tissues. The Microarray Viewer shows expression from more than 20 array experiments. The Beta Cell Gene Expression Bank contains manually curated gene and pathway annotations for genes expressed in b cells. T1DMart is a query tool for markers and genotypes. PosterPages are 'home pages' about specific topics or datasets. The key challenge, now and in the future, is to provide powerful informatics capabilities to T1D scientists in a form they can use to enhance their research.
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GENOME DATABASE, ATLAS, TISSUE EXPRESSION PROFILES, UPDATE, DISEASE, BROWSER, SYSTEM, PROJECT, MOUSE, MAP

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Hulbert, Erin M et al. “T1DBase: Integration and Presentation of Complex Data for Type 1 Diabetes Research.” NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH 35 (2007): D742–D746. Print.
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Hulbert, E. M., Smink, L. J., Adlem, E. C., Allen, J. E., Burdick, D. B., Burren, O. S., Cassen, V. M., et al. (2007). T1DBase: integration and presentation of complex data for type 1 diabetes research. NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, 35, D742–D746.
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Hulbert, Erin M, Luc J Smink, Ellen C Adlem, James E Allen, David B Burdick, Oliver S Burren, Victor M Cassen, et al. 2007. “T1DBase: Integration and Presentation of Complex Data for Type 1 Diabetes Research.” Nucleic Acids Research 35: D742–D746.
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Hulbert, Erin M, Luc J Smink, Ellen C Adlem, James E Allen, David B Burdick, Oliver S Burren, Victor M Cassen, Christopher C Cavnor, Geoffrey E Dolman, Daisy Flamez, Karen F Friery, Barry C Healy, Sarah A Killcoyne, Burak Kutlu, Helen Schuilenburg, Neil M Walker, Josyf Mychaleckyj, Décio L Eizirik, Linda S Wicker, John A Todd, and Nathan Goodman. 2007. “T1DBase: Integration and Presentation of Complex Data for Type 1 Diabetes Research.” Nucleic Acids Research 35: D742–D746.
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Hulbert EM, Smink LJ, Adlem EC, Allen JE, Burdick DB, Burren OS, et al. T1DBase: integration and presentation of complex data for type 1 diabetes research. NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH. 2007;35:D742–D746.
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E. M. Hulbert et al., “T1DBase: integration and presentation of complex data for type 1 diabetes research,” NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, vol. 35, pp. D742–D746, 2007.
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  abstract     = {T1DBase (http://T1DBase.org) [Smink et al. (2005) Nucleic Acids Res., 33, D544-D549; Burren et al. (2004) Hum. Genomics, 1, 98-109] is a public website and database that supports the type 1 diabetes (T1D) research community. T1DBase provides a consolidated T1D-oriented view of the complex data world that now confronts medical researchers and enables scientists to navigate from information they know to information that is new to them. Overview pages for genes and markers summarize information for these elements. The Gene Dossier summarizes information for a list of genes. GBrowse [Stein et al. (2002) Genome Res., 10, 1599-1610] displays genes and other features in their genomic context, and Cytoscape [Shannon et al. (2003) Genome Res., 13, 2498-2504] shows genes in the context of interacting proteins and genes. The Beta Cell Gene Atlas shows gene expression in beta cells, islets, and related cell types and lines, and the Tissue Expression Viewer shows expression across other tissues. The Microarray Viewer shows expression from more than 20 array experiments. The Beta Cell Gene Expression Bank contains manually curated gene and pathway annotations for genes expressed in b cells. T1DMart is a query tool for markers and genotypes. PosterPages are 'home pages' about specific topics or datasets. The key challenge, now and in the future, is to provide powerful informatics capabilities to T1D scientists in a form they can use to enhance their research.},
  author       = {Hulbert, Erin M and Smink, Luc J and Adlem, Ellen C and Allen, James E and Burdick, David B and Burren, Oliver S and Cassen, Victor M and Cavnor, Christopher C and Dolman, Geoffrey E and Flamez, Daisy and Friery, Karen F and Healy, Barry C and Killcoyne, Sarah A and Kutlu, Burak and Schuilenburg, Helen and Walker, Neil M and Mychaleckyj, Josyf and Eizirik, Décio L and Wicker, Linda S and Todd, John A and Goodman, Nathan},
  issn         = {0305-1048},
  journal      = {NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH},
  keywords     = {GENOME DATABASE,ATLAS,TISSUE EXPRESSION PROFILES,UPDATE,DISEASE,BROWSER,SYSTEM,PROJECT,MOUSE,MAP},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {D742--D746},
  title        = {T1DBase: integration and presentation of complex data for type 1 diabetes research},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkl933},
  volume       = {35},
  year         = {2007},
}

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