Database : DNA Library - CNR Echinococcoses

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Quotation

CHRUB, Chrono-environnement, Jenny Knapp (2018): DNA Library - CNR Echinococcoses. Chrono-environnement. FR-18008901306731-2018-05-16

General metadata

Identifier : local : FR-18008901306731-2018-05-16
Description :
DNA Library is a database associated to a web interface, created to improve the storage and the life of a biological sample collection, closely related to the research activities of the National Reference Center for Echinococcosis (CNR Echinococcoses, University Hospital of Besançon, France). A preliminary counting of DNA, copro-DNA, tissue samples stored in the Chrono-environnement laboratory (UFR SMP, UFC, unit of les Hauts du Chazal) was done. Identification of the containers, codes applicated to storage boxes, storage places and metadata associated allowed us to create this database in order to secure and manage valuable samples and data.
Disciplines :
ecology (applied biology - ecology), cell biology (fundamental biology), microbiology (fundamental biology), parasitology (fundamental biology), health care sciences & services (medical research), pathology (medical research)
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Dates :
Data acquisition : from 1 Jan 1980 ongoing
Metadata record :
Creation : 16 May 2018
Update : 18 May 2018

Update periodicity : as needed
Language : English (eng)
Audience : University: master, Research

Coverages

Spatial coverage :

  • Monde : on Earth, latitude between 85° N and 85° S, longitude between 0° and 360° E
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Time coverage :

Taxonomic coverage :

  • Hôtes définitifs et intermédiaires d'Echinococcus multilocularis
    Species
    Vulpes vulpes MSW (Red fox), Homo sapiens MSW (Human), Myodes glareolus MSW (Bank vole), Arvicola terrestris (European water vole), Ellobius tancrei MSW (Eastern Mole Vole), Microtus limnophilus MSW (Lacustrine Vole), Microtus oeconomus (Toundra Vole), Rattus norvegicus MSW (Brown Rat), Cricetulus kamensis MSW (Tibetan Dwarf Hamster), Felis catus MSW (Domestic Cat), Microtus arvalis MSW (Common vole), Myodes rufocanus MSW (Grey Red-backed Vole), Ondatra zibethicus MSW (Common Muskrat)
  • Species
    Echinococcus multilocularis (Echinococcus multilocularis tapeworm), Ondatra zibethicus MSW (Common Muskrat), Castor fiber MSW (European Beaver), Chlorocebus pygerythrus MSW (Vervet Monkey), Gorilla gorilla MSW (Western Gorilla), Lemur catta MSW (Ring-tailed Lemur), Macaca tonkeana MSW (Tonkean Macaque), Macaca fascicularis MSW (Crab-eating Macaque), Meriones unguiculatus (Mongolian Jird), Echinococcus granulosus (Echinococcus granulosus tapeworm), Microtus levis MSW (Southern vole), Myocastor coypus MSW (Coypu), Nyctereutes procyonoides MSW (Racoon dog), Sus scrofa MSW (Wild boar)
    Subspecies
    Canis lupus familiaris MSW (Dog), Sus scrofa domesticus (Domestic pig)

Administrative metadata

Data creatorsAffiliation
Centre hospitalier régional et universitaire de Besançon
Laboratoire Chrono-environnement
Jenny KnappChrono-environnement
ContributorsAffiliationRole
Centre hospitalier régional et universitaire de Besançondata collector
Laboratoire Chrono-environnementdata collector
Benoît CombesELIZdata collector
Bruno GottsteinIPA-Berndata collector
Jenny KnappChrono-environnementdata collector
Francis RaoulChrono-environnementdata collector
Gérald UmhangANSES - LNR Echinococcusdata collector
Publisher : Laboratoire Chrono-environnement
Label : Zone Atelier Arc Jurassien
Science contact : Jenny Knapp e-mail
Project :
Access : restricted
Access details :
To access the data, please contact the scientific data manager.

Technical metadata

Formats : application/vnd.ms-excel, text/csv
Data acquisition methods :
  • Observational data : Echantillons de tissus animaux obtenus après autopsie Echantillons coprologiques récoltés sur le terrain et géolocalisés
  • Experimental data : Données issues de la biologie moléculaire après technique de PCR et séquençage Extraction d'ADN sur les échantillons de tissus et les échantillons coprologiques
Datatype : Database
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