Posted on September 30th, 2014 in Anita Bandrowski, Data Spotlight, News & Events | 1 Comment »
For years, physiology has been lagging far behind anatomy as data sharing is still in infancy in that community as opposed to being fairly standard now in neuro-anatomy.
We are pleased to announce that the Physiobank registry resource from MIT, containing data from a set of physiology experiments has been added to the NIF Data Federation.
This brings us to 6 sources of data (anatomy is still winning, but perhaps we can change that)
CRCNS, a repository of e-phys data (patch clamp mostly)
NeuroElectro, a rather large listing of cellular properties mined from e-phys papers
NeuronDB, a curated set of e-phys properties of known cell types including currents, receptors and transmitters
EEG-base, a repository of EEG data
Neurodatabase, a repository of extracellular data sets.
Note, this list may be incomplete because it does not include Model data, so please see Integrated Models, a virtual database currently indexing computational models from:ModelDB, Open Source Brain, SimTK and CellML.