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Transposons in Embryo Space – TRACER maps in EMAGE

Posted by on February 9th, 2017

A recent publication in Developmental Biology by (Armit et al., 2017) describes how the TRACER dataset can be spatially compared with in situ hybridisation gene expression profiles.   The TRACER dataset of transposon-associated regulatory sensors (Chen et al., 2013) utilises Sleeping Beauty lacZ transposons that have been randomly integrated into the mouse genome Hundreds of[…]

eLearning at eMouseAtlas

Posted by on November 24th, 2016

A new eLearning resource that provides short and interactive vignettes in embryo (primarily vertebrate) development, from gametogenesis through to organogenesis, is available from the eMouseAtlas1,2 website (www.emouseatlas.org). The current eLearning content are the tutorials produced by Professor José García Monterde of the University of Córdoba, and the presentation from collaboration between Professor Monterde and the[…]

New 3D anatomy viewer available at eMouseAtlas

Posted by on January 26th, 2016

A new 3D viewer that allows interactive visualisation of mouse embryo anatomy is now available from the eMouseAtlas website (www.emouseatlas.org/). A slice viewer allows visualisation of anatomy on arbitrary section through mouse embryos – much like a virtual microtome – whilst a 3D anatomy pop-up window allows users to visualise the delineated anatomical components in[…]