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Files needed for Galaxy tools used to run Trinity_CTAT workflows.
Official repository for GDC User Guides in Markdown format
A CTS2 Framework Service Plugin based on LexEVS
A remote (RMI) access wrapper around LexEVS.
The LexEVS Terminology Service.
The NCI Metathesaurus (NCIm) Browser is a web-based terminology browser that allows users to browse and search the NCI Metathesaurus, a biomedical terminology database that maps terms from more than 70 terminology sources into some 1.5 million biomedical concepts.
Annotation and Image Markup (AIM) is the first project to propose and create a standard means of adding information and knowledge to an image in a clinical environment, so that image content can be easily and automatically searched.
caArray is a web-based application supporting the storage, annotation, and sharing of microarray data.
caBIO (cancer Bioinformatics Infrastructure Objects) is a resource for accessing molecular annotations from curated data sources.
caIntegrator brings together clinical, microarray and medical imaging data for integrative data query and analysis.
The cancer models database (caMOD) provides information about animal models for human cancer to the public research community.
caLIMS is a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) that tracks a complete laboratory workflow to generate experimental results for data repositories or data management services.
Repository of documentation and technical artifacts related to the NCI CRDC
caTissue Suite is a modular, open-source, specimen inventory and tracking system.
diff specific for CDISC reports
caNanoLab is a web-based portal designed to capture nanotechnology data.
Created as per request NCI-RITM0065579 as part of SVN to GitHub migration
Created as per request NCI-RITM0065579
The NCI Term Browser is a web-based browser that allows users to search all terminologies, value sets and mappings on the LexEVS terminology server, to browse individual sources, and to easily follow the many links that connect them.
The National Biomedical Imaging Archive (NBIA) is a free and open source service and software application that enables users to securely store, search, and download diagnostic medical images, providing a searchable national repository integrating in vivo cancer images with clinical and genomic data. Using role-based security, NBIA provides web-b…