IMAGE DATA RESOURCE (IDR)

The Image Data Resource (IDR) is an online, public resource that stores, integrates and serves image datasets from published scientific studies. With IDR, Euro-BioImaging aims to make previously unattainable datasets publicly available, allowing searching, viewing, mining, processing and analyzing large complex multidimensional life sciences image data. All datasets have been annotated with author-supplied metadata. Many datasets in IDR have been produced by imaging technologies offered by Euro-BioImaging, below are a few examples that you can explore directly with the embedded viewers. The full IDR is hosted at EMBL-EBI and can be accessed also from here.

If you have data that you’d like to get included in IDR, or if you are interested in setting up your own IDR (it’s open source!), please email us at helpdesk@eurobioimaging.eu.

Publication Title: A Genomic Multiprocess Survey of Machineries that Control and Link Cell Shape, Microtubule Organization, and Cell-Cycle Progression
Species: Schizosaccharomyces pombe
Experiment Type: Gene deletion screen
Technologies used: Spinning disc confocal microscopy system and High throughput microscopy

Click here to view in Image viewer

Click here to view the complete data in IDR


Publication Title: Histopathology study of 14 tissues from mice with 10 different mitotic gene knockouts
Species: Mus musculus
Experiment Type: Whole slide imaging
Technology used: Bright-field Microscopy

Click here to view in Image viewer

Click here to view the complete data in IDR


Publication Title: Comparative RNAi screening identifies a conserved core metazoan actinome by phenotype
Species: Homo sapiens
Experiment Type: RNAi screen
Technology used: High-Throughput Microscopy

Click here to view in Image viewer

Click here to view the complete data in IDR


Species: Multispecies
Experiment Type: Geographic screen
Technologies used: Laser scanning confocal microscopy

Click here to view in Image viewer

Click here to view the complete data in IDR


Publication Title: Cell shape and the microenvironment regulate nuclear translocation of NF-κB in breast epithelial and tumor cells
Species: Homo sapiens
Experiment Type: High content image analysis
Technology used: High-Throughput Microscopy

Click here to view in Image viewer

Click here to view the complete data in IDR