GXD collects and integrates the gene expression information in MGI.
Its primary emphasis is on endogenous gene expression during mouse development.
- How do I...
- .. find expression data for a specific gene and tissue?
- .. find expression data for a tissue during development?
- .. find genes expressed in one tissue but not another?
- .. find references that report expression data for a gene at a specific age?
Gene Expression News
May 15, 2017
- Additional lacZ knock in reporter data from the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC) have been imported into GXD. This set now comprises data for 1,112 targeted mutants, an increase of 468 mutants. It includes 39,510 images and their 44,551 annotated results, obtained from embryonic day 12.5 and postnatal adult specimens. These data are fully integrated into GXD, allowing them to be searched in context of all other gene expression data in GXD. The entire set can be viewed at reference J:228563.
- The Gene Expression Data Query has been updated to allow use of Disease Ontology (DO) terms to search for expression data for sets of genes associated with disease models. The DO covers a full spectrum of phenotype characteristics and related medical vocabulary disease concepts and includes terms represented in other ontologies, such as MeSH, ICD, NCI's thesaurus, SNOMED and OMIM. You can use the MGI Disease Ontology Browser to explore the vocabulary.
- A Batch Search utility has been added, as a third tab, to the Gene Expression Data Query to facilitate searches for expression data using lists of gene symbols or IDs. You can search by either uploading a list of symbols or IDs from tab-delimited or comma-separated files or by copying and pasting a list into the text search box. In addition, the genes field of the Standard Search now accepts comma-separated lists of gene symbols. All Gene Expression Data searches return a tissue-by-gene matrix view as part of its multi-tabbed data summary; this view enables a comparison of expression patterns between genes. Data filters found on the summary pages can be used to further refine search results.