Name of Resource (to include any acronym)


    Name of Resource

    CeBioND - Mitochondrial metabolism and dysfunction model

    Name of Principal Investigator - Title


    Name of Principal Investigator - First Name


    Name of Principal Investigator - Last Name


    Address of institution -Institution

    Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

    Address of institution - Street address

    123 St Stephen's Green

    Address of institution - City


    Address of institution - Postcode





    Contact email
    Purpose of resource

    Mitochondrial metabolism and dysfunction analysis

    Q1. Is the resource?

    Designed for use in basic neuroscience research

    Please Specify

    Q2. Does the resource specifically provide for any of the neurodegenerative diseases/disease subtypes specified below?

    Alzheimer's disease and other dementias|Parkinson's disease|Huntington's disease|Neurodegenerative disease in general

    Q3a. Is the resource accessible to the research community?


    Q3b. If yes, what procedures and rules apply for access?

    Apply to PI or coordinator at resource|Access through collaborations with PI only

    Q4a. What type of data is provided?

    Phenotype data|Modelling of protein structure/interactions

    Please describe

    Q4b. More generally are there other data available through the resource that you think may be useful to researchers in the context of the above conditions?

    Please describe

    Q5a. Is maintenance of this resource dependent on continued funding?


    Q5b. If yes, when does the current funding period end?


    Q5c. Are there plans to secure further funding beyond this period?

    If YES please specify for how long in years

    Q5d. What is the expected lifespan of the resource (in years)?


    Q5e. Are there other plans affecting future use that it may be useful to know?

Types: Bio/Neuroinformatic Resources
Member States: Ireland
Diseases: Alzheimer's disease & other dementias, Huntington's disease, Neurodegenerative disease in general, Parkinson's disease & PD-related disorders
Years: 2016
Database Categories: N/A
Database Tags: N/A

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