GeneLab: The NASA Systems Biology Platform for Space Omics Repository, Analysis, and Visualization
posterposted on 20.04.2020 by Samrawit Gebre, Amanda Saravia-Butler, Jonathan M. Galazka, Sylvain V. Costes
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The NASA GeneLab project capitalizes on multi-omic technologies to maximize the return on spaceflight experiments. To do this, GeneLab maintains a publicly accessible database (GLDS) that houses spaceflight and spaceflight relevant multi-omics data and collaborates with NASA principal investigators and projects to generate additional omics data. GeneLab houses more than 240 transcriptomic, proteomic, metabolomic and epigenomic datasets from plant, animal and microbial experiments, with a growing number of these having been produced by the GeneLab sample processing lab. To explore the data, the GLDS provides users various tools for data analysis, collaborative workspace for file storage and sharing, and a visualization portal.