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Human

Homo sapiens

Welcome to the Human Portal within RGD. This portal contains links to data related to Homo sapiens, and to tools that clinical researchers can use to find and analyze that data. Please feel free to contact us with suggestions for additional data or tools that would help advance your research.

“Human diseases and conditions are routinely studied directly in human subjects, via controlled case studies and regulated clinical trials. However, pre-clinical studies are also vitally necessary. Animal models are employed that represent “a living organism in which normative biology or behavior can be studied, or in which a spontaneous or induced pathological process can be investigated, and in which the phenomenon in one or more respects resembles the same phenomenon in humans.” Researchers need to be able to determine and utilize the most precise models for their disease of interest; that is, models that closely mimic the human phenotypic profile for, or aspects of a disease or condition. Sometimes despite promising results with preclinical treatments in one animal model, the same treatments do not always translate to successful human clinical trials. Thus, increasingly researchers want information about more than one model organism, and research benefits greatly from being able to explore integrated data. Having both human and model organism data accessible in one place will help researchers find the data they need for both clinical and translational research. Whether a researcher is looking for models of a disease, or human variations, or is working with a particular species and is looking for corroboration in other species, the power of combined data can be applied to research within the Rat Genome Database using the tools found on this page.”

Source: PMID:10845564; PMID:31552413; PMID:3155241; NLM Unique ID:101117739; Hau J. (2008) Sourcebook of Models for Biomedical Research; Simmons, D. (2008) Nature Education 1(1):70

Human Data


Ontomate: Concept-Based Literature Search



Human Genetic Variants Visualizer




RGD Disease Annotations




RGD’s Pathway Annotations




Gene Ontology Annotations


RGD’s Human FTP Site



Tools for Human Data Analysis

Human JBrowse
Genome Browser




OLGA:
Online List Generator & Analyzer




MOET:
Multi Ontology Enrichment Tool




GA Tool:
Annotation Search and Export





GOLF:
Gene and Ortholog Location Finder




InterViewer – Protein Interactions



Genome and Gene Resources


RGD’s Human Genome Information Page





Human Taxonomy Page


Human Genome Page


GRCh38.p13 Assembly Page



Ensembl’s Human
Information Page


Human Assembly, Gene
Annotation and Statistics
at Ensembl






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