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iDOG (Integrated resource dedicated to domestic dogs and wild canids)

General information

Description: the first integrated resource dedicated to domestic dogs and wild canids. It incorporates a variety of omics data, including genome sequences assemblies for dhole and wolf, genomic variations extracted from hundreds of dog/wolf whole genomes, phenotype/disease traits curated from dog research communities and public resources, gene expression profiles derived from published RNA-Seq data, gene ontology for functional annotation, homolog gene information for multiple organisms and disease-related literature.
Year founded: 2017
Last update: 2018-04-09
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Country/Region: China
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Keywords:
dog

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University/Institution: Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Address: No.1 Beichen West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China
City: Beijing
Province/State: Beijing
Country/Region: China
Contact name (PI/Team): Wenming Zhao
Contact email (PI/Helpdesk): zhaowm@big.ac.cn

Record metadata

Created on: 2019-01-02
Curated by:
Dong Zou [2019-09-09]
Dong Zou [2019-01-08]
Dong Zou [2019-01-02]

Ranking

All databases:
1081/4549 (76.259%)
Gene genome and annotation:
343/1211 (71.759%)
Phylogeny and homology:
39/190 (80%)
Expression:
192/800 (76.125%)
Standard ontology and nomenclature:
59/182 (68.132%)
1081
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6
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6
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Publications

30371881
iDog: an integrated resource for domestic dogs and wild canids. [PMID: 30371881]
Tang B, Zhou Q, Dong L, Li W, Zhang X, Lan L, Zhai S, Xiao J, Zhang Z, Bao Y, Zhang YP, Wang GD, Zhao W.

The domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris) is indisputably one of man's best friends. It is also a fundamental model for many heritable human diseases. Here, we present iDog (http://bigd.big.ac.cn/idog), the first integrated resource dedicated to domestic dogs and wild canids. It incorporates a variety of omics data, including genome sequences assemblies for dhole and wolf, genomic variations extracted from hundreds of dog/wolf whole genomes, phenotype/disease traits curated from dog research communities and public resources, gene expression profiles derived from published RNA-Seq data, gene ontology for functional annotation, homolog gene information for multiple organisms and disease-related literature. Additionally, iDog integrates sequence alignment tools for data analyses and a genome browser for data visualization. iDog will not only benefit the global dog research community, but also provide access to a user-friendly consolidation of dog information to a large number of dog enthusiasts.

Nucleic Acids Res. 2019:47(D1) | 6 Citations (from Europe PMC, 2020-03-28)