View the database at muscledb.org
The Hughes (UMSL) and Esser (Univ. of Kentucky School of Medicine) labs are assembling a database of muscle tissue gene expression in mice. Our purpose is to survey the diversity of transcription in skeletal muscle (with exemplar smooth and cardiac muscles for comparison), and provide a resource for the field as a whole.
In this repository, we’re developing a web-based platform to explore, visualize, and share these data build on a Shiny dashboard.
If you’ve noticed any technical errors or enhancements to this webpage, please submit an issue.
If you want to help us understand which muscle types would be most useful to you, please vote for your preferred tissues here.
If there are any compelling reasons you’d like us to consider your favorite tissues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone is welcome to freely use and adapt both the raw data as well as the Shiny code used to generate the site and data visualizations under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. We do ask that you cite MuscleDB by Laura D. Hughes, Karyn Esser, and Michael E. Hughes.