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RGD Data

RGD stores data about various “objects”. Users can find all the associated data available for an object by clicking on a category name or an icon to begin an object-specific search or browse the available data.

Gene reports include a comprehensive description of function and biological process as well as disease, expression, regulation and phenotype information. Strain reports include a comprehensive description of strain origin, disease, phenotype, genetics, immunology, behavior with links to related genes, QTLs, sub-strains, and strain sources.
RGD’s Genome Information pages give consolidated information about the recent genome assemblies for all of the species available at RGD. Ontologies provide standardized vocabularies for annotating molecular function, biological process,cellular component, phenotype and disease associations. Allows searching across genes, QTLs, strains and provides a basis for cross-species comparisons..
QTL reports provide phenotype and disease descriptions, mapping, and strain information as well as links to markers and candidate genes. RGD’s Cell Line Directory links to information about, and sources for, rat cell lines, in particular rat embryonic stem cell (ES) lines.
SSLP and SNP reports provide mapping data, primer information, and size variations among strains.  Reference reports provide full citations, abstracts, and links to Pubmed. Where available, a link directly to the full text of the article is also provided.

RGD Legacy Data

RGD still stores some data types which are not being updated on a regular basis, including genetic/RH maps and sequences.

Map reports provide comprehensive marker and map data for RH and genetic maps. Sequence reports provide sequence data related to genes, ESTs, and other object types as well as links to reports at NCBI.



RGD is funded by grant HL64541 from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute on behalf of the NIH.