A collaborative database of inbred mouse strain characteristics.
Database-Management-Systems, Databases-Genetic, Female, Genome, Information-Dissemination, Information-Storage-and-Retrieval, Male, Mice, Mice-Inbred-Strains, Phenotype, Proteome, Species-Specificity
Bioinformatics 2004 Nov; 20(16):2857-9.
A database and website (MPD: Mouse Phenome Database) have been developed to serve as a consolidated home for mouse strain characterization data being generated by the scientific community. Physiological, anatomical and behavioral data are being collected and integrated into a common framework for tabulation by strain and sex. Genotypic data are being collected as well. The current focus is on a set of 40 inbred strains. The MPD as of February 2004 contains approximately 500 phenotypic parameters relevant to human health, voluntarily contributed by several dozen investigators and laboratories. AVAILABILITY: www.jax.org/phenome
Grubb, S C.; Churchill, G A.; and Bogue, M A., "A collaborative database of inbred mouse strain characteristics." (2004). Faculty Research 2000 - 2009. 948.