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Two large-scale phenotyping efforts, the European Mouse Disease Clinic (EUMODIC) and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Mouse Genetics Project (SANGER-MGP), started during the late 2000s with the aim to deliver a comprehensive assessment of phenotypes or to screen for robust indicators of diseases in mouse mutants. They both took advantage of available(More)
  • Patrick Min, Joe Crouthamel, Steve Elgersma, Ginny Hogan, Chris Kranz, Tina Mccoy +44 others
  • 2004
This thesis describes an online search engine for 3D models, focusing on query interfaces and their corresponding model/query representations and matching methods. A large number of 3D models has already been created, many of which are freely available on the web. Because of the time and effort involved in creating a high-quality 3D model, considerable(More)
Identifying genes that are important for embryo development is a crucial first step towards understanding their many functions in driving the ordered growth, differentiation and organogenesis of embryos. It can also shed light on the origins of developmental disease and congenital abnormalities. Current international efforts to examine gene function in the(More)
The MouseBook (http://www.mousebook.org) databases and web portal provide access to information about mutant mouse lines held as live or cryopreserved stocks at MRC Harwell. The MouseBook portal integrates curated information from the MRC Harwell stock resource, and other Harwell databases, with information from external data resources to provide(More)
International efforts to test gene function in the mouse by the systematic knockout of each gene are creating many lines in which embryonic development is compromised. These homozygous lethal mutants represent a potential treasure trove for the biomedical community. Developmental biologists could exploit them in their studies of tissue differentiation and(More)
  • Charles Ahlfeld, Tom Burke, Tyler Ellis, Pavel Hejzlar, Kevan Weaver, Chuck Whitmer +14 others
  • 2012
– The conceptual design of a 1200 MW thermal, 500 MW electrical, Traveling Wave Reactor (TWR) Plant has been completed with the objective of completing construction and startup by 2020. The reactor is a pool-type, sodium-cooled fast reactor and has been named TerraPower – 1 (TP-1). The TP-1 core will operate for over 40 years without refueling, but(More)
The realistic capabilities of image recognition today are unclear. There are some very effective techniques for image detection and image recognition, but there is still a semantic gap between the capabilities of humans and those of computers. This paper will give an overview to those techniques relating to image recognition and what computers can not yet(More)