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  1. In Situ Hybridization (ISH) Data

    your query into the text box, making sure the "Gene Search" radio button is selected. As you type, genes that match your search string will be suggested to you … of clicking the "Search" button. Include an asterisk (*) as a wildcard character before or after your search text to return genes that start with or end
    Allen Mouse Brain AtlasJan 30, 2017
  2. In Situ Hybridization (ISH) Data

    To search for a specific gene by name, symbol, NCBI accession number, or Entrez gene ID, type your query into the text box, making sure the "Gene Search" radio button … box to remove the implied wildcards. This is useful if you want to return only those genes that exactly match your search text. Place the search text within
  3. In Situ Hybridization (ISH) Data

    . Typing in the gene search text box will bring up a list of suggested genes. If your gene of interest was not assayed in this project, no results will be returned … Searching the Database Under the ISH tab, there are several ways to search the database. Specimen Search To search for a specific glioblastoma specimen type
    GlioblastomaMar 02, 2017
  4. Projection

    the Source Search, you also have the option to filter by mouse line or by tracer type. To filter by mouse line, click in the "Filter Mouse Line" text box and select from Wild Type, Cre line or Ai75(RCL-nt) options, or start typing in the text box to search tags from the various Cre-dependent mouse lines. The Ai75 (RCL
    Mouse ConnectivityOct 12, 2017
  5. Developmental Transcriptome

    Search radio button selected (default) you can either select a category from the tag cloud or type the name of your gene of interest into the text box and then click … SEARCHING THE DEVELOPMENTAL TRANSCRIPTOME The Developmental Transcriptome search functionality can be found by clicking the corresponding button in the menu
    BrainSpanJan 30, 2017
  6. AGEA.pdf

    and ranking method is described in the text [permalink]. The Gene Finder search facility is among the most powerful aspects of AGEA’s functionality. It enables … spatial organization of the brain (Clusters mode) and, • Search for genes with local regionality as defined by AGEA (Gene Finder mode). Upon entering the AGEA
  7. AGEA.pdf

    in the text [permalink]. The Gene Finder search facility is among the most powerful aspects of AGEA’s functionality. It enables users to search a local … organization of the brain (Clusters mode) and,  Search for genes with local regionality as defined by AGEA (Gene Finder mode). Upon entering the AGEA
    Allen Mouse Brain Atlas / … / DocumentationMar 06, 2012
  8. RNA-Sequencing

    gene of interest, type the unique identifier into the "Filter by Gene Name, Gene Symbol or Entrez Gene ID" text box and either hit enter or click "Search". You can … search methods provides an opportunity to limit the donors based on metadata collected in the study. To filter the data, click in the text box associated
    Aging, Dementia & TBIJan 30, 2017
  9. Viewer for LGd Cells

    Symbol or Entrez Gene ID" text box and either hit enter or click "Search". You can also narrow your search by selecting a cell features filter. Your search … the results of a Gene or a Differential Search, or to find genes that are co-expressed in specific cells. Landing.PNG You can take advantage of our Gene Category
    Allen Cell Types DatabaseOct 10, 2017
  10. Footer

    ; text-align: center; position: relative; } #footer_content { position: relative; bottom: 0px; width: calc(100% - 112px … ; font-weight: bold; font-size: 12px; cursor: pointer; display: table-cell; border: 0px solid #f00; text-align
    ALLDOCAug 22, 2019