The Rat Genome Database, update 2007—Easing the path from disease to data and back again

@inproceedings{Twigger2007TheRG,
  title={The Rat Genome Database, update 2007—Easing the path from disease to data and back again},
  author={Simon N. Twigger and Mary Shimoyama and Susan Bromberg and Anne E. Kwitek and Howard J. Jacob},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2007}
}
  • Simon N. Twigger, Mary Shimoyama, +2 authors Howard J. Jacob
  • Published in Nucleic Acids Research 2007
  • Biology, Medicine, Computer Science
  • The Rat Genome Database (RGD, http://rgd.mcw.edu) is one of the core resources for rat genomics and recent developments have focused on providing support for disease-based research using the rat model. Recognizing the importance of the rat as a disease model we have employed targeted curation strategies to curate genes, QTL and strain data for neurological and cardiovascular disease areas. This work has centered on rat but also includes data for mouse and human to create 'disease portals' that… CONTINUE READING

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