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NIEHS provides the following databases & galleries as resources to scientists.

  • Chemical Effects in Biological Systems (CEBS)
    The CEBS database houses data of interest to environmental health scientists. CEBS is a public resource, and has received depositions of data from academic, industrial and governmental laboratories. 
  • Comparative Toxicogenomics Database
    CTD is a robust, publicly available database that aims to advance understanding about how environmental exposures affect human health. It provides manually curated information about chemical–gene/protein interactions, chemical–disease and gene–disease relationships. These data are integrated with functional and pathway data to aid in development of hypotheses about the mechanisms underlying environmentally influenced diseases.
  • Disaster Research Response (DR2) Resources Portal
    A repository of data collection tools and related resources curated by the DR2 Program to empower human health research in response to disasters and public health emergencies.
  • DrugMatrix
    The DrugMatrix database is one of the world's largest toxicogenomic reference resources.
  • Environmental Genome Project
    The NIEHS Environmental Genome Project is a multi-disciplinary, collaborative effort focused on examining the relationships between environmental exposures, inter-individual sequence variation in human genes and disease risk in U.S. populations.
  • Human DNA Polymerase Gamma Mutation Database
    Human DNA polymerase is composed of two subunits, a 140 kDa catalytic subunit encoded by the POLG on chromosome 15q25, and a 55kDa accessory subunit encoded by the POLG2 gene on chromosome 17q23-24.
  • Integrated Chemical Environment (ICE)
    The Integrated Chemical Environment (ICE) database provides curated data from NICEATM, its partners, and other resources, as well as tools to facilitate the safey assessment of chemicals.
  • Mircoarray Center cDNA Clone Search
    NIEHS Microarray Center Clone Set Search Form.
  • Mouse Genome Resequencing Project
    The Mouse Genome Resequencing Project allows users to download the imputed genotypes at all 8 million (8,285,037) SNPs discovered by NIEHS/Perlegen resequencing project.
  • Nanomaterial Registry
    The Nanomaterial Registry compiles data from multiple databases into a single resource. The goal of this resource is to establish a curated nanomaterial registry, whoe primary function is to provide consistent information on the biological and environmental interactions of well-characterized nanomaterials, as well as links to associated publications, modeling tools, computational results and manufacturing guidances.
  • Online Resource for Integrative Omics (ORIOS)
    A web-based platform for rapid integration of next generation sequencing data.
  • p53 Resources
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    53 Resources incluing the human p53 Binding and Expression Resource (BAER) hub, the p53 ORIO webpage and the p53 cistrome R Shiny application.
  • Personalized Environment and Genes Study (PEGS)
    The Personalized Environment and Genes Study (PEGS), formerly the Environmental Polymorphisms Registry or EPR, is a long-term research project to collect health, exposure, medical and genetic data from a diverse group of people in North Carolina in the United States.
  • SNPinfo Web Server
    A set of web-based SNP selection tools where investigators can specify genes or linkage regions and select SNPs based on GWAS results, linkage disequilibrium (LD), and predicted functional characteristics of both coding and non-coding SNPs.
  • Spin Trap Database
    The Spin Trap Database is a database of more than 10,000 records of published Spin Trapping experiments. The database includes the experimental results (e.g. hyperfine coupling constants) and journal reference information.
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