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GXD

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Short name GXD
Full name The mouse Gene Expression Database
Description GXD is an extensive and well-curated community resource of mouse developmental expression information.GXD collects and integrates the gene expression information in MGI. Its primary emphasis is on endogenous gene expression during mouse development.
URL http://www.informatics.jax.org/expression.shtml
Year founded 1997
Last update & version 2017-02-07    v6.07
Availability Free to all users
University/Institution hosted The Jackson Laboratory
Address 600 Main Street
City Bar Harbor
Province/State Maine
Country/Region United States
Contact name Martin Ringwald
Contact email martin.ringwald@jax.org
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  • developmental information
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  • Effective biomedical document classification for identifying publications relevant to the mouse Gene Expression Database (GXD). [PMID: 28365740]

    Xiangying Jiang, Martin Ringwald, Judith Blake, Hagit Shatkay
    Database : the journal of biological databases and curation 2017:2017(1)
    Citation (to be updated)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) is a comprehensive online database within the Mouse Genome Informatics resource, aiming to provide available information about endogenous gene expression during mouse development. The information stems primarily from many thousands of biomedical publications that database curators must go through and read. Given the very large number of biomedical papers published each year, automatic document classification plays an important role in biomedical research. Specifically, an effective and efficient document classifier is needed for supporting the GXD annotation workflow. We present here an effective yet relatively simple classification scheme, which uses readily available tools while employing feature selection, aiming to assist curators in identifying publications relevant to GXD. We examine the performance of our method over a large manually curated dataset, consisting of more than 25 000 PubMed abstracts, of which about half are curated as relevant to GXD while the other half as irrelevant to GXD. In addition to text from title-and-abstract, we also consider image captions, an important information source that we integrate into our method. We apply a captions-based classifier to a subset of about 3300 documents, for which the full text of the curated articles is available. The results demonstrate that our proposed approach is robust and effectively addresses the GXD document classification. Moreover, using information obtained from image captions clearly improves performance, compared to title and abstract alone, affirming the utility of image captions as a substantial evidence source for automatically determining the relevance of biomedical publications to a specific subject area. www.informatics.jax.org.

  • The mouse Gene Expression Database (GXD): 2017 update. [PMID: 27899677]

    Jacqueline H Finger, Constance M Smith, Terry F Hayamizu, Ingeborg J McCright, Jingxia Xu, Meiyee Law, David R Shaw, Richard M Baldarelli, Jon S Beal, Olin Blodgett, Jeff W Campbell, Lori E Corbani, Jill R Lewis, Kim L Forthofer, Pete J Frost, Sharon C Giannatto, Lucie N Hutchins, Dave B Miers, Howie Motenko, Kevin R Stone, Janan T Eppig, James A Kadin, Joel E Richardson, Martin Ringwald
    Nucleic acids research 2017:45(D1)
    1 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD; www.informatics.jax.org/expression.shtml) is an extensive and well-curated community resource of mouse developmental expression information. Through curation of the scientific literature and by collaborations with large-scale expression projects, GXD collects and integrates data from RNA in situ hybridization, immunohistochemistry, RT-PCR, northern blot and western blot experiments. Expression data from both wild-type and mutant mice are included. The expression data are combined with genetic and phenotypic data in Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) and made readily accessible to many types of database searches. At present, GXD includes over 1.5 million expression results and more than 300 000 images, all annotated with detailed and standardized metadata. Since our last report in 2014, we have added a large amount of data, we have enhanced data and database infrastructure, and we have implemented many new search and display features. Interface enhancements include: a new Mouse Developmental Anatomy Browser; interactive tissue-by-developmental stage and tissue-by-gene matrix views; capabilities to filter and sort expression data summaries; a batch search utility; gene-based expression overviews; and links to expression data from other species. © The Author(s) 2016. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids Research.

  • The mouse gene expression database: New features and how to use them effectively. [PMID: 26045019]

    Jacqueline H Finger, Constance M Smith, Terry F Hayamizu, Ingeborg J McCright, Jingxia Xu, Janan T Eppig, James A Kadin, Joel E Richardson, Martin Ringwald
    Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000) 2015:53(8)
    6 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) is an extensive and freely available community resource of mouse developmental expression data. GXD curates and integrates expression data from the literature, via electronic data submissions, and by collaborations with large-scale projects. As an integral component of the Mouse Genome Informatics Resource, GXD combines expression data with genetic, functional, phenotypic, and disease-related data, and provides tools for the research community to search for and analyze expression data in this larger context. Recent enhancements include: an interactive browser to navigate the mouse developmental anatomy and find expression data for specific anatomical structures; the capability to search for expression data of genes located in specific genomic regions, supporting the identification of disease candidate genes; a summary displaying all the expression images that meet specified search criteria; interactive matrix views that provide overviews of spatio-temporal expression patterns (Tissue × Stage Matrix) and enable the comparison of expression patterns between genes (Tissue × Gene Matrix); data zoom and filter utilities to iteratively refine summary displays and data sets; and gene-based links to expression data from other model organisms, such as chicken, Xenopus, and zebrafish, fostering comparative expression analysis for species that are highly relevant for developmental research. © 2015 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  • GXD: a community resource of mouse Gene Expression Data. [PMID: 25939429]

    Constance M Smith, Jacqueline H Finger, Terry F Hayamizu, Ingeborg J McCright, Jingxia Xu, Janan T Eppig, James A Kadin, Joel E Richardson, Martin Ringwald
    Mammalian genome : official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society 2015:26(7-8)
    10 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) is an extensive, easily searchable, and freely available database of mouse gene expression information (www.informatics.jax.org/expression.shtml). GXD was developed to foster progress toward understanding the molecular basis of human development and disease. GXD contains information about when and where genes are expressed in different tissues in the mouse, especially during the embryonic period. GXD collects different types of expression data from wild-type and mutant mice, including RNA in situ hybridization, immunohistochemistry, RT-PCR, and northern and western blot results. The GXD curators read the scientific literature and enter the expression data from those papers into the database. GXD also acquires expression data directly from researchers, including groups doing large-scale expression studies. GXD currently contains nearly 1.5 million expression results for over 13,900 genes. In addition, it has over 265,000 images of expression data, allowing users to retrieve the primary data and interpret it themselves. By being an integral part of the larger Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) resource, GXD's expression data are combined with other genetic, functional, phenotypic, and disease-oriented data. This allows GXD to provide tools for researchers to evaluate expression data in the larger context, search by a wide variety of biologically and biomedically relevant parameters, and discover new data connections to help in the design of new experiments. Thus, GXD can provide researchers with critical insights into the functions of genes and the molecular mechanisms of development, differentiation, and disease.

  • The gene expression database for mouse development (GXD): putting developmental expression information at your fingertips. [PMID: 24958384]

    Constance M Smith, Jacqueline H Finger, James A Kadin, Joel E Richardson, Martin Ringwald
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 2014:243(10)
    8 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: Because molecular mechanisms of development are extraordinarily complex, the understanding of these processes requires the integration of pertinent research data. Using the Gene Expression Database for Mouse Development (GXD) as an example, we illustrate the progress made toward this goal, and discuss relevant issues that apply to developmental databases and developmental research in general. Since its first release in 1998, GXD has served the scientific community by integrating multiple types of expression data from publications and electronic submissions and by making these data freely and widely available. Focusing on endogenous gene expression in wild-type and mutant mice and covering data from RNA in situ hybridization, in situ reporter (knock-in), immunohistochemistry, reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction, Northern blot, and Western blot experiments, the database has grown tremendously over the years in terms of data content and search utilities. Currently, GXD includes over 1.4 million annotated expression results and over 260,000 images. All these data and images are readily accessible to many types of database searches. Here we describe the data and search tools of GXD; explain how to use the database most effectively; discuss how we acquire, curate, and integrate developmental expression information; and describe how the research community can help in this process. Copyright © 2014 The Authors Developmental Dynamics published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. on behalf of American Association of Anatomists.

  • The mouse Gene Expression Database (GXD): 2014 update. [PMID: 24163257]

    Constance M Smith, Jacqueline H Finger, Terry F Hayamizu, Ingeborg J McCright, Jingxia Xu, Joanne Berghout, Jeff Campbell, Lori E Corbani, Kim L Forthofer, Pete J Frost, Dave Miers, David R Shaw, Kevin R Stone, Janan T Eppig, James A Kadin, Joel E Richardson, Martin Ringwald
    Nucleic acids research 2014:42(Database issue)
    65 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD; http://www.informatics.jax.org/expression.shtml) is an extensive and well-curated community resource of mouse developmental expression information. GXD collects different types of expression data from studies of wild-type and mutant mice, covering all developmental stages and including data from RNA in situ hybridization, immunohistochemistry, RT-PCR, northern blot and western blot experiments. The data are acquired from the scientific literature and from researchers, including groups doing large-scale expression studies. Integration with the other data in Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) and interconnections with other databases places GXD's gene expression information in the larger biological and biomedical context. Since the last report, the utility of GXD has been greatly enhanced by the addition of new data and by the implementation of more powerful and versatile search and display features. Web interface enhancements include the capability to search for expression data for genes associated with specific phenotypes and/or human diseases; new, more interactive data summaries; easy downloading of data; direct searches of expression images via associated metadata; and new displays that combine image data and their associated annotations. At present, GXD includes >1.4 million expression results and 250,000 images that are accessible to our search tools.

  • BioGPS and GXD: mouse gene expression data-the benefits and challenges of data integration. [PMID: 22847375]

    Martin Ringwald, Chunlei Wu, Andrew I Su
    Mammalian genome : official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society 2012:23(9-10)
    4 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: Mouse gene expression data are complex and voluminous. To maximize the utility of these data, they must be made readily accessible through databases, and those resources need to place the expression data in the larger biological context. Here we describe two community resources that approach these problems in different but complementary ways: BioGPS and the Mouse Gene Expression Database (GXD). BioGPS connects its large and homogeneous microarray gene expression reference data sets via plugins with a heterogeneous collection of external gene centric resources, thus casting a wide but loose net. GXD acquires different types of expression data from many sources and integrates these data tightly with other types of data in the Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) resource, with a strong emphasis on consistency checks and manual curation. We describe and contrast the "loose" and "tight" data integration strategies employed by BioGPS and GXD, respectively, and discuss the challenges and benefits of data integration. BioGPS is freely available at http://biogps.org . GXD is freely available through the MGI web site ( www.informatics.jax.org ) or directly at www.informatics.jax.org/expression.shtml .

  • The mouse Gene Expression Database (GXD): 2011 update. [PMID: 21062809]

    Jacqueline H Finger, Constance M Smith, Terry F Hayamizu, Ingeborg J McCright, Janan T Eppig, James A Kadin, Joel E Richardson, Martin Ringwald
    Nucleic acids research 2011:39(Database issue)
    65 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) is a community resource of mouse developmental expression information. GXD integrates different types of expression data at the transcript and protein level and captures expression information from many different mouse strains and mutants. GXD places these data in the larger biological context through integration with other Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) resources and interconnections with many other databases. Web-based query forms support simple or complex searches that take advantage of all these integrated data. The data in GXD are obtained from the literature, from individual laboratories, and from large-scale data providers. All data are annotated and reviewed by GXD curators. Since the last report, the GXD data content has increased significantly, the interface and data displays have been improved, new querying capabilities were implemented, and links to other expression resources were added. GXD is available through the MGI web site (www.informatics.jax.org), or directly at www.informatics.jax.org/expression.shtml.

  • The mouse Gene Expression Database (GXD): 2007 update. [PMID: 17130151]

    Constance M Smith, Jacqueline H Finger, Terry F Hayamizu, Ingeborg J McCright, Janan T Eppig, James A Kadin, Joel E Richardson, Martin Ringwald
    Nucleic acids research 2007:35(Database issue)
    87 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) provides the scientific community with an extensive and easily searchable database of gene expression information about the mouse. Its primary emphasis is on developmental studies. By integrating different types of expression data, GXD aims to provide comprehensive information about expression patterns of transcripts and proteins in wild-type and mutant mice. Integration with the other Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) databases places the gene expression information in the context of genetic, sequence, functional and phenotypic information, enabling valuable insights into the molecular biology that underlies developmental and disease processes. In recent years the utility of GXD has been greatly enhanced by a large increase in data content, obtained from the literature and provided by researchers doing large-scale in situ and cDNA screens. In addition, we have continued to refine our query and display features to make it easier for users to interrogate the data. GXD is available through the MGI web site at http://www.informatics.jax.org/ or directly at http://www.informatics.jax.org/menus/expression_menu.shtml.

  • The mouse Gene Expression Database (GXD): updates and enhancements. [PMID: 14681482]

    David P Hill, Dale A Begley, Jacqueline H Finger, Terry F Hayamizu, Ingeborg J McCright, Constance M Smith, Jon S Beal, Lori E Corbani, Judith A Blake, Janan T Eppig, James A Kadin, Joel E Richardson, Martin Ringwald
    Nucleic acids research 2004:32(Database issue)
    76 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) is a community resource for gene expression information in the laboratory mouse. By collecting and integrating different types of expression data, GXD provides information about expression profiles in different mouse strains and mutants. Participation in the Gene Ontology (GO) project classifies genes and gene products with regard to molecular functions, biological processes, and cellular components. Integration with other Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) databases places the gene expression information in the context of mouse genetic, genomic and phenotypic information. The integration of these types of information enables valuable insights into the molecular biology that underlies development and disease. The utility of GXD has been improved by the daily addition of new data and through the implementation of new query and display features. These improvements make it easier for users to interrogate and visualize expression data in the context of their specific needs. GXD is accessible through the MGI website at http://www.informatics.jax.org/ or directly at http://www. informatics.jax.org/menus/expression_menu.shtml.

  • The Mouse Gene Expression Database (GXD). [PMID: 11125060]

    M Ringwald, J T Eppig, D A Begley, J P Corradi, I J McCright, T F Hayamizu, D P Hill, J A Kadin, J E Richardson
    Nucleic acids research 2001:29(1)
    61 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) is a community resource of gene expression information for the laboratory mouse. By combining the different types of expression data, GXD aims to provide increasingly complete information about the expression profiles of genes in different mouse strains and mutants, thus enabling valuable insights into the molecular networks that underlie normal development and disease. GXD is integrated with the Mouse Genome Database (MGD). Extensive interconnections with sequence databases and with databases from other species, and the development and use of shared controlled vocabularies extend GXD's utility for the analysis of gene expression information. GXD is accessible through the Mouse Genome Informatics web site at http://www.informatics.jax.org/ or directly at http://www.informatics.jax.org/menus/expression_menu. shtml.

  • GXD: a Gene Expression Database for the laboratory mouse: current status and recent enhancements. The Gene Expresison Database group. [PMID: 10592197]

    M Ringwald, J T Eppig, J A Kadin, J E Richardson
    Nucleic acids research 2000:28(1)
    34 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) is a community resource of gene expression information for the laboratory mouse. The database is designed as an open-ended system that can integrate different types of expression data. New expression data are made available on a daily basis. Thus, GXD provides increasingly complete information about what transcripts and proteins are produced by what genes; where, when and in what amounts these gene products are expressed; and how their expression varies in different mouse strains and mutants. GXD is integrated with the Mouse Genome Database (MGD). Continuously refined interconnections with sequence databases and with databases from other species place the gene expression information in the larger biological and analytical context. GXD is accessible through the Mouse Genome Informatics Web site at http://www.informatics.jax.org/ or directly at http://www.informatics.jax.org/menus/expression_menu.shtm l

  • GXD: a gene expression database for the laboratory mouse. The Gene Expression Database Group. [PMID: 9847152]

    M Ringwald, M E Mangan, J T Eppig, J A Kadin, J E Richardson
    Nucleic acids research 1999:27(1)
    34 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The Gene Expression Database (GXD) is a community resource that stores and integrates expression information for the laboratory mouse, with a particular emphasis on mouse development, and makes these data freely available in formats appropriate for comprehensive analysis. GXD is implemented as a relational database and integrated with the Mouse Genome Database (MGD) to enable global analysis of genotype, expression and phenotype information. Interconnections with sequence databases and with databases from other species further extend GXD's utility for the analysis of gene expression data. GXD is available through the Mouse Genome Informatics Web Site at http://www.informatics.jax.org/

  • The mouse gene expression database GXD [PMID: 9441954]

    null Ringwald, null Davis, null Smith, null Trepanier, null Begley, null Richardson, null Eppig
    Seminars in cell & developmental biology 1997:8(5)
    28 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2017-04-06)

    Abstract: The gene expression database (GXD) is being developed to store and integrate expression information for mouse development. GXD addresses many issues that apply to gene expression databases in general, and its data structures and supporting software tools are generalized in design and thus readily adaptable to other life stages and species. Integration of GXD with the mouse genome database (MGD) and interconnections with other relevant databases will place the gene expression data into the larger biological and analytical context. Here, we describe the design and implementation of GXD and illustrate, in particular, the gene expression annotator, an electronic system for submitting expression data to the database.Copyright 1997 Academic Press Limited Copyright 1997Academic Press Limited

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  • Created on: 2015-06-20
  • Curated by:
    • Shixiang Sun [2017-04-06]
    • Shixiang Sun [2017-02-17]
    • Lin Liu [2016-03-26]
    • Jian Sang [2015-12-05]
    • Jian Sang [2015-06-27]
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