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Madhusmita Mitra, Nigam Shah, Lukas Mueller, Scuth Pin, Nina Fedoroff, "StressDB: A Locally Installable Web-Based Relational Microarray Database Designed for Small User Communities", International Journal of Genomics, vol. 3, Article ID 168491, 6 pages, 2002. https://doi.org/10.1002/cfg.153
StressDB: A Locally Installable Web-Based Relational Microarray Database Designed for Small User Communities
We have built a microarray database, StressDB, for management of microarray data from our studies on stress-modulated genes in Arabidopsis. StressDB provides small user groups with a locally installable web-based relational microarray database. It has a simple and intuitive architecture and has been designed for cDNA microarray technology users. StressDB uses Windows 2000 as the centralized database server with Oracle 8i as the relational database management system. It allows users to manage microarray data and data-related biological information over the Internet using a web browser. The source-code is currently available on request from the authors and will soon be made freely available for downloading from our website athttp://arastressdb.cac.psu.edu.
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