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?
- Genes studied in expression references
- Genes with expression assay results
- Expression assay results
- Expression images
- Expression assays
- Mouse mutants with expression data
Gene Expression News
March 6, 2014
- The new, interactive Mouse Developmental Anatomy Browser allows users navigate through the anatomy ontology to locate specific anatomical structures and to obtain associated expression data. Features include: an autocomplete list to aid searching; a tree view of the ontology in which branches can be expanded and collapsed; and the ability to toggle between stage-specific and stage-independent instances of terms. You can read more about the revisions to the anatomy ontology itself here.
- Filters that allow users to further limit expression results have been added to the data summaries that are returned by the GXD queries and accessed by expression result links on detail pages through MGI. Try them here.
- GXD is also pleased to announce that additional RNA in situ hybridization data from the GenitoUrinary Development Molecular Anatomy Project (GUDMAP) database are now available at J:171409. This set now includes over 137,000 RNA in situ hybridization results obtained from embryonic and postnatal specimens, analyzing 3,676 genes in 4,499 assays and accompanied by 10,655 image montages for ~ 32,000 individual images.