This week sees the launch of the DMDD YouTube channel. We’ve added videos that explore different aspects of our embryonic-lethal mouse data, providing a new way to visualise phenotypes that we’ve observed in our knockout lines.
For example, this video compares HREM data from a Psph mutant embryo with its wild-type litter-mate.
Detailed phenotyping of the mutant revealed a double outlet right ventricle, absent tongue, increased rib number and abnormal hindbrain morphology. The data can be explored in more detail on the DMDD website.
In the video below we erode into a Brd2 mutant embryo to reveal a profound ventricular septal defect.
We are just getting started, so more videos will be added soon including instructional videos on how to access and analyse our data online. Visit the DMDD YouTube channel now to see more.
GENERATE YOUR OWN 3D MODELS OF DMDD DATA
Our HREM embryo data can easily be visualised using 3D modelling software such as Osirix, allowing you to explore phenotypes in great detail. To request the offline data for 3D modelling, or if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.