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iBeetle-Base: a database for RNAi phenotypes in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum.

Dönitz J, Schmitt-Engel C, Grossmann D, Gerischer L, Tech M, Schoppmeier M, Klingler M, Bucher G - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: The phenotypes are described according to the EQM (entity, quality, modifier) system using controlled vocabularies and the Tribolium morphological ontology (TrOn).Furthermore, images linked to the respective annotations are provided.The data are searchable either for specific phenotypes using a complex 'search for morphological defects' or a 'quick search' for gene names and IDs.

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Affiliation: Johann-Friedrich-Blumenbach Institute of Zoology and Anthropology, GZMB, Department of Evolutionary Developmental Genetics, Georg-August-University Göttingen, 37075 Göttingen, Germany contact@ibeetle-base.uni-goettingen.de.

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Partial view of the table with the search results. All research results are shown, which fulfil the selected criteria. In the shown example, the search for data sets affecting the pretarus leads to 37 results (not all data sets are shown). The results are listed including the EQM annotations (arrow a) and the respective penetrance (arrow b). Images can be displayed in different sizes. Arrow c points to the button, which allows the user to deselect specific data sets. The corresponding results list can be exported or saved (arrow d). Arrow e points to the search term counts, which includes all terms used for the semantic search. The numbers indicate how many annotations were retrieved for a specific morphological term.
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Figure 2: Partial view of the table with the search results. All research results are shown, which fulfil the selected criteria. In the shown example, the search for data sets affecting the pretarus leads to 37 results (not all data sets are shown). The results are listed including the EQM annotations (arrow a) and the respective penetrance (arrow b). Images can be displayed in different sizes. Arrow c points to the button, which allows the user to deselect specific data sets. The corresponding results list can be exported or saved (arrow d). Arrow e points to the search term counts, which includes all terms used for the semantic search. The numbers indicate how many annotations were retrieved for a specific morphological term.

Mentions: Clicking the search button will retrieve an overview of the search results (Figure 2). In the resulting table all annotations fitting the search criteria are listed along with the EQM annotations (Figure 2, arrow a) and respective penetrance (Figure 2, arrow b). Previews of the images documenting the respective annotations can be displayed in different sizes. Further information on the gene and additional phenotypes can be found upon click on the details page (see below). Based on these pieces of information the user can deselect data sets (Figure 2, arrow c) and a consolidated list is provided upon clicking on ‘Refresh’. The resulting list can be exported or saved (Figure 2, arrow d).


iBeetle-Base: a database for RNAi phenotypes in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum.

Dönitz J, Schmitt-Engel C, Grossmann D, Gerischer L, Tech M, Schoppmeier M, Klingler M, Bucher G - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Partial view of the table with the search results. All research results are shown, which fulfil the selected criteria. In the shown example, the search for data sets affecting the pretarus leads to 37 results (not all data sets are shown). The results are listed including the EQM annotations (arrow a) and the respective penetrance (arrow b). Images can be displayed in different sizes. Arrow c points to the button, which allows the user to deselect specific data sets. The corresponding results list can be exported or saved (arrow d). Arrow e points to the search term counts, which includes all terms used for the semantic search. The numbers indicate how many annotations were retrieved for a specific morphological term.
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Figure 2: Partial view of the table with the search results. All research results are shown, which fulfil the selected criteria. In the shown example, the search for data sets affecting the pretarus leads to 37 results (not all data sets are shown). The results are listed including the EQM annotations (arrow a) and the respective penetrance (arrow b). Images can be displayed in different sizes. Arrow c points to the button, which allows the user to deselect specific data sets. The corresponding results list can be exported or saved (arrow d). Arrow e points to the search term counts, which includes all terms used for the semantic search. The numbers indicate how many annotations were retrieved for a specific morphological term.
Mentions: Clicking the search button will retrieve an overview of the search results (Figure 2). In the resulting table all annotations fitting the search criteria are listed along with the EQM annotations (Figure 2, arrow a) and respective penetrance (Figure 2, arrow b). Previews of the images documenting the respective annotations can be displayed in different sizes. Further information on the gene and additional phenotypes can be found upon click on the details page (see below). Based on these pieces of information the user can deselect data sets (Figure 2, arrow c) and a consolidated list is provided upon clicking on ‘Refresh’. The resulting list can be exported or saved (Figure 2, arrow d).

Bottom Line: The phenotypes are described according to the EQM (entity, quality, modifier) system using controlled vocabularies and the Tribolium morphological ontology (TrOn).Furthermore, images linked to the respective annotations are provided.The data are searchable either for specific phenotypes using a complex 'search for morphological defects' or a 'quick search' for gene names and IDs.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Johann-Friedrich-Blumenbach Institute of Zoology and Anthropology, GZMB, Department of Evolutionary Developmental Genetics, Georg-August-University Göttingen, 37075 Göttingen, Germany contact@ibeetle-base.uni-goettingen.de.

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Related in: MedlinePlus