Name CELLPEDIA
Aliases None
Description

"CELLPEDIA is a database for human cells, exhaustively collecting various types of information on cells.With a systematic classification of more than 2,000 cells based on their physical locations, each entry is organized with three types of basic information: cell morphological information with ontology, gene expression information, and related document information on cell differentiation, providing users all information requied for cell study at once (cited from original site). "

Type DB
Main Institutes of management AIST | CBRC
Country of the Institute Japan
URL of the site http://shogoin.stemcellinformatics.org/
Interface GUI
Input example

Click the image "Endothelial cell" on the left side "Examples of Human Normal Cells" of the top page.

Keyword
Ontology
Amount of the all data for download(Mbyte) | Method to obtain the all data. 0|None
External resources (databases) in building the product. NCBI | OBO
Data type Cell
Biological species in the main concern
"Homo sapiens [Taxonomy_id: 9606, human]"
Conditions of use Under investigation
Frequency of updates (in last two years) 3times/year
Last date of updates (date of confirmation) 2012/04/25 (2012/11/05)
Main IDs used in the products Cell ID | Image ID | Celltype
How to make a link to get access to each IDs. "http://cellpedia.cbrc.jp/cgi-bin/tissue.cgi?id=[Cell ID]&iid=[Image ID]&ctype=[Celltype (nomarlcell=1,stemcell=2,cellline=3)]"
external databases to which this database/tool have links

"NCBI(http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/query/acc.cgi?acc=GPL2987 , http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed) | OBO(http://www.obofoundry.org/cgi-bin/detail.cgi?id=cell) | SAMURAI(http://samurai.cbrc.jp//cgi-bin/index.cgi?page=1) | CellMontage(http://cellmontage.cbrc.jp/cgi-bin/)"

Published papers (PubMed IDs)

W. Fujibuchi, L. Kiseleva, T. Taniguchi, and P. Horton, Development of Cell Knowledge Base and Prediction of Cell Types and Characteristics by Gene Expression Profiles, 2005-BIO-2;33-37 SIG Meeting, Information Processing Society of Japan, 2005.