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Journal of Biomedical Semantics, ISSN 2041-1480, 02/2016, Volume 7, Issue 1, p. 2
Genotype-phenotype studies aim to identify causative relationships between genes and phenotypes. The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium is a high... 
KNOCKOUT | MATHEMATICAL & COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY | Phenotype | Reference Standards | Animals | Body Size | Female | Genotype | Male | Models, Animal | Mice | Gene Ontology | Genetic aspects | Models | Analysis | Studies | Consortia | Genotype & phenotype | Resource Description Framework-RDF | Statistical analysis | Ontology | Rodents | Males | Data mining | Females | Informatics | Body composition
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PLoS Biology, ISSN 1544-9173, 05/2015, Volume 13, Issue 5
  The Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments (ARRIVE) guidelines were developed to address the lack of reproducibility in biomedical animal studies... 
Web portals | Ethics | Genotype & phenotype | Experiments | Data bases | Methods
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Zebrafish, ISSN 1545-8547, 07/2016, Volume 13, Issue S1, pp. S-164 - S-168
Managing the welfare of laboratory animals is critical to animal health, vital in the understanding of phenotypes created by treatment or genetic alteration... 
Fish Around the World | ANIMALS | WORKING GROUP | ZOOLOGY | DATABASE | MICE | DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY | MODEL | Terminology as Topic | Animal Welfare - standards | Zebrafish | Animals | Phenotypes | Terminology | Standardization | Education establishments | Biology | Research | Clarity | Medicine | Laboratory tests | Animal health | Animal welfare | Freshwater fish | Molecular biology | Laboratory animals
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by Tuck, Elizabeth and Estabel, Jeanne and Oellrich, Anika and Maguire, Anna Karin and Adissu, Hibret A and Souter, Luke and Siragher, Emma and Lillistone, Charlotte and Green, Angela L and Wardle-Jones, Hannah and Carragher, Damian M and Karp, Natasha A and Smedley, Damian and Adams, Niels C and Agrawal, Neha and Bagley, Lisa and Bayzetinova, Tetyana and Bottomley, Joanna and Brown, Ellen and Burvill, Jonathan and Cambridge, Emma and Clare, Simon and Colin, Amy and Dabrowska, Monika and Doe, Brendan and Evans, Arthur and Gannon, David and Gates, Amy and Gleeson, Diane and Grau, Evelyn and Griffiths, Mark and Griggs, Nicola and Habib, Bishoy and Harcourt, Katherine and Hilton, Sam and Holroyd, Simon and Hooks, Yvette and Horne, Alan and Mazzeo, Cecilia Icoresi and Imbrasas, Paulius and Ingle, Catherine and Isherwood, Christopher and Jacobsen, Julius and Jahangir, Nida and Kane, Leanne and Kipp, Christian and Kussy, Fiona and Lafont, David and Lelliott, Christopher and Lin, Liwen and Madich, Alla and Maguire, Simon and Maswood, Ryea and McCarthy, Catherine and McDonald, Jerome and McGill, Katherine and McIntyre, Zoe and Melvin, David and Newman, Stuart and Papatheodorou, Irene and Pearson, Selina and Pearson, Laila and Roberson, Laura and Ryder, Edward and Sanderson, Mark and Raj, Mary Santhana and Sethi, Debarati and Shannon, Carl and Sinclair, Caroline and Soloman, Helen and Speak, Anneliese and Strevens, Natasha and Swiatkowska, Agnieszka and Tudor, Catherine and Valentini, Sara and Vancollie, Valerie and Weavers, Lauren and Woods, Michael and Bussell, James N and Adams, David J and Ramírez-Solis, Ramiro and Steel, Karen P and Galli, Antonella and White, Jacqueline K and Sanger Inst Mouse Genetics Project and Sanger Institute Mouse Genetics Project
DMM Disease Models and Mechanisms, ISSN 1754-8403, 11/2015, Volume 8, Issue 11, pp. 1467 - 1478
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Methods in Molecular Biology, ISSN 1064-3745, 01/2007, Volume 362, pp. 265 - 287
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Bioinformatics, ISSN 1367-4803, 09/2004, Volume 20, Issue 13, p. 2026
  Motivation: Two-dimensional Difference Gel Electrophoresis (DIGE) measures expression differences for thousands of proteins in parallel. In contrast to DNA... 
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Bioinformatics, ISSN 1367-4803, 09/2004, Volume 20, Issue 13, pp. 2026 - 2034
MOTIVATION: Two-dimensional Difference Gel Electrophoresis (DIGE) measures expression differences for thousands of proteins in parallel. In contrast to DNA... 
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Scientific data, ISSN 2052-4463, 09/2017, Volume 4, Issue 1, p. 170129
The process of metastasis is a multi-stage cascade with prior studies suggesting that the colonisation of the secondary site is the rate limiting step. This... 
Studies | Intravenous administration | Melanoma | Stroma | Data processing | Genomes | Metastasis | Tumors | Metastases
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Scientific Data, 09/2017, Volume 4
The process of metastasis is a multi-stage cascade with prior studies suggesting that the colonisation of the secondary site is the rate limiting step. This... 
CELLS | IRF-1 | TRAITS | CANCER METASTASIS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES
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Research integrity and peer review, ISSN 2058-8615, 2019, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 12 - 17
The ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) guidelines are widely endorsed but compliance is limited. We sought to determine whether... 
Reporting guidelines | ARRIVE | Randomised controlled trial
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BMJ Open Science, ISSN 2398-8703, 06/2018, Volume 2, Issue 1, p. e000002
In 2010, the NC3Rs published the Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments (ARRIVE) guidelines to improve the reporting of animal research. Despite... 
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07/2010, ISBN 0470681993, 18
Expression or quantitative proteomics is the comparison of distinct proteomes which enables the identification of protein species which exhibit changes in... 
understanding statistical tests and multiple testing problems | understanding statistical tests‐whether statistically significant | randomization within experimental designs | mass spectrometry for microbial proteomics‐data analysis issues with electrophoretic or mass spectrometric expression proteomic data | expression proteomics, comparison of distinct proteomes to identify protein species | data analysis, divided into univariate and multivariate approaches | downstream validation‐confirming findings from expression studies | repeat measurement types | principal component analysis (PCA), partial least squares (PLS), hierarchical cluster analysis (HCA) and linear discriminate analysis (LDA) | Randomization within experimental designs | Data analysis, divided into univariate and multivariate approaches | Principal component analysis (PCA), partial least squares (PLS), hierarchical cluster analysis (HCA) and linear discriminate analysis (LDA) | Repeat measurement types | Understanding statistical tests-whether statistically significant | Understanding statistical tests and multiple testing problems | Downstream validation-confirming findings from expression studies | Expression proteomics, comparison of distinct proteomes to identify protein species | Mass spectrometry for microbial proteomics-data analysis issues with electrophoretic or mass spectrometric expression proteomic data
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Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 08/2017, Volume 49, Issue 8, pp. 1231 - 1238
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