Orchid: A member of the family Orchideae.from Greek orkhis, testicle

 

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  Mammalian Reproductive Genetics Database

Mammalian Reproductive Genetics (MRG) is a user-supported on-line database that collects and disseminates information on mammalian reproductive genetics. The goal of the database is to capture and organize information in ways that existing general-purpose databases such as GeneBank, Unigene, and The Jackson Lab currently do not. The site will eventually include all the major systems relevant to male and female mammalian reproduction: the hypothalamic/pituitary/gonadal axis, gamete differentiation, and non-gonadal reproductive tissues. The MRG currently contains phenotypic and expression information for hundreds of murine genes. The funding for the creation and maintenance of the site (http://mrg.genetics.washington.edu) comes from The Specialized Cooperative Centers Program in Reproduction Research (SCCPRR) of the Reproductive Sciences Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).



 
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