REMBRANDT (REepository of Molecular BRAin Neoplasia DaTa) database was developed to allow analysis of data from molecularly characterized primary brain tumors and correlate those data with extensive retrospective and prospective clinical data.
The Common Security Module (CSM) provides a comprehensive solution to common security objectives, with flexible delivery of security tools to allow application developers to integrate security with minimal coding effort. This helps eliminate the need for development teams to create their own security methodology. CSM provides solutions for authentication, authorization, and user provisioning.
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 Semantic Integration Workbench (SIW) is a caCORE tool that assists users in adding consistent metadata to a UML model, or verifying consistency, by tagging their domain model with matching concepts from the NCI Thesaurus.
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-based access to de-identified DICOM images, image markup, annotations, and rich meta data.
The Migration Tool is a java application, based on the API and developed within the caTissue project. The migration involves extracting input legacy data into an interim caTissue staging database and then running the caTissue Migration Tool, which will validate and load the staging data into the target caTissue instance.