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ready Open Toxicogenomics Project-Genomics Assisted Toxicity Evaluation system

Abbreviation:Open TG-GATEs

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Open TG-GATEs is a public toxicogenomics database developed so that a wider community of researchers could utilize the fruits of TGP and TGP2 research. This database provides public access to data on 170 of the compounds catalogued in TG-GATEs. Data searching can be refined using either the name of a compound or the pathological findings by organ as the starting point. Gene expression data linked to phenotype data in pathology findings can also be downloaded as a CEL(*)file.

Homepage http://toxico.nibiohn.go.jp/english/

Countries that developed this resource Japan

Created in 2008

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Open TG-GATEs: a large-scale toxicogenomics database.

Igarashi Y,Nakatsu N,Yamashita T,Ono A,Ohno Y,Urushidani T,Yamada H
Nucleic Acids Res 2014

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  • H14-Toxico-001 (Health and Labour Sciences Research Grant, Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)

  • H19-Toxico-001 (Health and Labour Sciences Research Grant, Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)