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MausDB: An open source application for phenotype data and mouse colony management in large-scale mouse phenotyping projects

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MausDB: An open source application for phenotype data and mouse colony management in large-scale mouse phenotyping projects
Background: Large-scale, comprehensive and standardized high-throughput mouse phenotyping has been established as a tool of functional genome research by the German Mouse Clinic and others. In all these projects, vast amounts of data are continuously generated and need to be stored, prepared for data-mining procedures and eventually be made publicly available. Thus, central storage and integrated management of mouse phenotype data, genotype data, metadata and linked external data are highly important. Requirements most probably depend on the individual mouse housing unit or project and the demand for either very specific individual database solutions or very flexible solutions that can be easily adapted to local demands. Not every group has the resources and/or the know-how to develop software for this purpose. A database application has been developed for the German Mouse Clinic in order to meet all requirements mentioned above. Results: We present MausDB, the German Mouse Clinic web...
Holger Maier, Christoph Lengger, Bruno Simic, Helm
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where BMCBI
Authors Holger Maier, Christoph Lengger, Bruno Simic, Helmut Fuchs, Valérie Gailus-Durner, Martin Hrabé de Angelis
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