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  1. Date: 2020-02-10T08:24:00
    We built on the recent advances in Wiki-based technologies to develop a collaborative knowledge base and gene prioritization portal aimed at mapping genes and genomic regions, and untangling their relations with corresponding human phenotypes, congenital heart defects (CHDs).
  2. Date: 2019-11-13T12:47:00
    CHDWiki From WikiApiary, monitoring CHDWiki and over 25,500 other wikis
  3. Date: 2019-12-04T05:55:00
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  4. Date: 2019-12-11T00:23:00
    Diagnostic Kits/Peer-Production Business models in Kits/CHDWiki. From Commons Based Research < Diagnostic Kits‎ | Peer-Production Business models in Kits. Jump to: navigation, ... CHDWiki interacts with a patient data repository, CHDBench [15] , for managing patient data published in the literature, and a DAS server [17] feeding CHD genes and ...
  5. Date: 2020-02-14T01:21:00
    For each gene or phenotype, CHDWiki provides a pie diagram that graphically represents the spectrum of related cardiac phenotypes or mutated genes, followed by a detailed overview of the studies defining the mutational spectrum of these gene-phenotype links.
  6. Date: 2020-02-17T15:18:00
    available databases (DECIPHER, ISCA, and CHDWiki) and from recent publications. An additional 68 nonredun-dant cases were included from the University of Michigan. Cases with multiple chromosomal or whole chromosome defects (trisomy 13, 18, 21) were excluded, and cases with overlapping deletions and/or insertions were grouped to
  7. Date: 2020-02-01T22:43:00
    In addition, CHDWiki interacts with a patient data repository, CHDBench [15], for managing patient data published in the literature, and a DAS server [17] feeding CHD genes and genomic regions has been set up to allow one to loop from CHDWiki to the Ensembl genome browser and back.
  8. Date: 2019-11-18T07:29:00
    chdwiki. About; About. This is an example of a page. Unlike posts, which are displayed on your blog’s front page in the order they’re published, pages are better suited for more timeless content that you want to be easily accessible, like your About or Contact information.
  9. Date: 2019-12-15T19:51:00
    BMPR1A is a candidate gene for congenital heart defects associated with the recurrent 10q22q23 deletion syndrome. ... (retrieved from CHDWiki) as a training set. The candidate regions comprised respectively 11, 31 and 34 genes. The gene ranking of every dataset was combined in a general ranking.
  10. Date: 2020-01-01T02:01:00
    Results. A rare missense mutation in LBX2 (c.A403G: p.K135E) was identified as the pathogenic cause of ASD. Subsequent mutation screening revealed two missense variants in 3 of 300 sporadic patients. We observed expanded size of atrium and ventricle in LBX2 knockout zebrafish through hematoxylin-eosin staining, more incompact distribution of cardiac myocytes was also discovered in homozygote ...
  11. Date: 2020-01-01T10:03:00
    Drayer's syndrome of mental retardation, microcephaly, short stature and absent phalanges is caused by a recurrent deletion of chromosome 15(q26.2→qter)
  12. Date: 2020-01-29T11:33:00
    The causes of congenital heart disease are still under investigation, but their strongly presumed to be genetic or a combination of genetic and environmental factors. In order to store the derived knowledge, a collaborative knowledge base called CHDWiki has been developed, which collects all the information about the genetic basis of CHDs.
  13. Date: 2020-02-12T13:31:00
    In the first chapter we elaborate on the developmental process underlying CHDWiki, and we discuss on howthis Wiki knowledge and analysis portal can serve the broad community that is studying CHDs, ranging from the pediatric cardiologist and clinical geneticist to the basic investigator of cardiogenesis (Part I, Chapter 1 ) .
  14. Date: 2018-08-21T22:31:00
    The latest Tweets from HARMONi INDONESIAKU (@CHDwiki). Wonderful Indonesia. Jakarta
  15. Date: 2020-01-21T16:47:00
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  16. Date: 2020-02-11T14:25:00
    When using the non-syndromic CHDWiki gene set as training, TBX1 ranked first. TBX1 was not identified as a CHD candidate gene when using random training genes unrelated to CHD (data not shown). Then, we used this approach to prioritize all 34 genes within this novel recurrent 22q11.21 deletion (19,351,886–20,802,748).
  17. Date: 2020-02-14T20:05:00
    CHDWiki is a wiki for geneticists, clinicians, and molecular biologists working on Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs). Medpedia was a wiki focused on open medicine working in connection to the biomedical community, ending in 2013. NaturalPedia is a natural remedies resource wiki. It is part of The NaturalNews Network.
  18. Date: 2020-01-21T10:58:00
    Wiki-based integration of genomic data. Rebecca Furlong 9 Mar 2010. A new Wiki portal for collaborative annotation and analysis of congenital heart defects, recently described in Genome Medicine, highlights the potential of this technology for systems biology studies of other complex biological processes.. Inspired by the well-known Wikipedia, Barriot and colleagues describe CHDWiki, a Wiki ...
  19. Date: 2019-11-21T08:50:00
    Abstract. Summary: In recent years, the number of knowledge bases developed using Wiki technology has exploded. Unfortunately, next to their numerous advantage
  20. Date: 2019-12-27T07:24:00
    CHDWiki = portal for congenital heart defects (CHD) • community repository of current knowledge on the genetic basis of CHDs • collaborative environment for the study of candidate genes potentially implicated in CHDs . Preventive genomics: extension of healthy life
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