Accession number BBBC037 · Version 1
The image set can be used to functionally annotate the genes through comparing their overexpression morphological profiles.
Images from five fluorescent channels were captured at 20x magnification on an ImageXpress Micro epifluorescent microscope (Molecular Devices). Nine sites per well were acquired, with laser based autofocus using the DAPI channel at the first site of each well. Each image channel was then stored as a separate, grayscale image file in 16-bit TIF format.
Each gene is annotated with its biological pathway, generated by domain experts at our institution.
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More information about this dataset can be found in the publication below (Rohban, 2017).
Rohban, Mohammad Hossein, Shantanu Singh, Xiaoyun Wu, Julia B. Berthet, Mark-Anthony Bray, Yashaswi Shrestha, Xaralabos Varelas, Jesse S. Boehm, and Anne E. Carpenter (2017). Systematic Morphological Profiling of Human Gene and Allele Function via Cell Painting. eLife 6 (March). 10.7554/eLife.24060. PMID: 28315521 PMCID: PMC5386591
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