Cilia 2018; 7:3.
Cilia are specialized, hair-like structures that project from the cell bodies of eukaryotic cells. With increased understanding of the distribution and functions of various types of cilia, interest in these organelles is accelerating. To effectively use this great expansion in knowledge, this information must be made digitally accessible and available for large-scale analytical and computational investigation. Capture and integration of knowledge about cilia into existing knowledge bases, thus providing the ability to improve comparative genomic data analysis, is the objective of this work. Cilia 2018; 7:3.
Christie, Karen R. and Blake, Judith A., "Sensing the cilium, digital capture of ciliary data for comparative genomics investigations." (2018). Faculty Research 2018. 87.