Resource:Beta Cell Biology Consortium
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|Address||The Beta Cell Biology Consortium +, Vanderbilt Center for Stem Cell Biology +, 2213 +, Garland Avenue +, 9465 MRB IV +, Nashville +, and TN 37232-0494 Telephone: 615.936.8327 Fax: 615.322.6645 +|
|Availability||Public +, and The community can contribute to this resource +|
|Category||Type 2 diabetes +, and Type 1 diabetes +|
|Comment||Sample type: Cell line, Embryonic stem cel … Sample type: Cell line, Embryonic stem cell line
Access: open; Copyrights - http://www.mgtaylor.com/ |
Reuse: closed; Copyrights - http://www.betacell.org/content/disclaimerterms/#terms
Start date: 2002
Deposit: restricted: registration
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|Definition||The mission of the Beta Cell Biology Conso … The mission of the Beta Cell Biology Consortium is to facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations to advance the understanding of pancreatic islet development and function, with the goal of developing innovative therapies to correct the loss of beta cell mass in diabetes, including cell reprogramming, regeneration and replacement. programming, regeneration and replacement.|
|EditorialNote||Each of these databases should probably have their own entry, as per NIF resource curation guidelines.|
|Grant||Category:DK-01-014 +, Category:DK-01-17 +, Category:DK-01-18 +, and Category:DK-09-011 +|
|Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||Resource +|
|Has role||Database +, Community building portal +, Data repository +, Biospecimen repository +, Cell repository +, Organism supplier +, Experimental protocol +, and Antibody supplier +|
|Is part of||Vanderbilt University; Tennessee; USA +|
|Keywords||Pancreatic islet +, Diabetes +, Mouse +, Beta cell +, Pancreas +, Pancreatic development +, Embryonic stem cell +, Cell line +, Genomics +, Antibody +, Adenovirus +, Functional genomics +, Mouse Embryonic stem cell line +, Mouse strain +, Protocol +, Embryonic stem cell line +, Data sharing +, Data set +, Gene expression +, and Gene +|
|Label||Resource:Beta Cell Biology Consortium +|
|ModifiedDate||27 August 2014 +|
|Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||Resource +|
|RelatedTo||Resource:One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing +, US Biobank +, Resource:NIF Data Federation +, Resource:DKnet +, and Resource:re3data.org +|
|Related application||Research +|
|Related disease||Pancreatic islet development and function +, Type 2 diabetes +, and Type 1 diabetes +|
|Species||Mouse +, and Non-human animal +|
|Supporting Agency||NIDDK +|