Behind the Paper “Prototyping an Ontological Framework for Cellular Senescence Mechanisms: A Homeostasis Imbalance Perspective”

Dr. Yuki Yamagata (R-IH Life Science Data Sharing Unit) et al. published a paper in BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making on the development of an otology related to COVID-19 infectious processes. We published a video to introduce our study on YouTube.

We developed the HoIP ontology to organize cellular senescence knowledge from a homeostasis disturbance perspective. HoIP was assessed, and relationships between cellular senescence, COVID-19, and diabetes were inferred. This framework elucidates mechanisms linking cellular and organismal aging. Lean more about the study at https://go.nature.com/3yLP0QO.

Reference

Yamagata, Y., Fukuyama, T., Onami, S. et al. Prototyping an Ontological Framework for Cellular Senescence Mechanisms: A Homeostasis Imbalance Perspective. Sci Data 11, 485 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-024-03331-y

New Paper is Out

A paper by Dr. Yuki Yamagata (R-IH Life Science Data Sharing Unit, former researcher at Onami Lab ) et al. on the ontological model that organizes knowledge of cellular senescence was published in Scientific Data.

Reference

Yamagata, Y., Fukuyama, T., Onami, S. et al. Prototyping an Ontological Framework for Cellular Senescence Mechanisms: A Homeostasis Imbalance Perspective. Sci Data 11, 485 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-024-03331-y

Protocol published

Dr Chentao Wen published a protocol in Methods in Molecular Biology. He details the challenges of cell tracking within deforming organs and moving animals and explains how to use the latest version of 3DeeCellTracker to accurately track cells, thereby enhancing our understanding of various organ dynamics and biological processes.

Reference

Wen, C. (2024). Deep Learning-Based Cell Tracking in Deforming Organs and Moving Animals. In: Wuelfing, C., Murphy, R.F. (eds) Imaging Cell Signaling. Methods in Molecular Biology, vol 2800. Humana, New York, NY. doi: 10.1007/978-1-0716-3834-7_14

GBI_EoE 2024

Global BioImaging Exchange of Experience (EoE) workshops are a unique open forum for discussion and generation of new ideas, where imaging facility managers and technical staff, scientists, science policy officers and funders from around the globe, come together to build the interpersonal relations necessary for the success of the Global BioImaging network.

This year, EoE is coming to Okazaki, Japan. We are co-organizing #GBI_EoE2024 with ABiS and Global BioImaging. Save the data and see you in Okazaki.

Global BioImaging Exchange of Experience IX

  • DATES: 29th to 31st of October of 2024
  • LOCATION: Okazaki Conference Centre, Okazaki – Japan
  • TOPIC: Image Data Horizons – Global Strategies for Accessible Knowle
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Travel Grant for Exchange of Experience IX

foundingGIDE – Laying the foundations of a Global Image Data Ecosystem

We are very excited to announce the launch of foundingGIDE project funded by Horizon Europe.

Led by Euro-BioImaging, the foundingGIDE project is a global consortium with 7 partners including our SSBD that aim to found of a Global Image Data Ecosystem (GIDE).

To find more about the foundingGIDE project, read “foundingGIDE – Laying the foundations of a Global Image Data Ecosystem“, published by Euro-BioImaging.

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foundingGIDE has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 101130216. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Research Council Executive Agency. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

SSBD in Experimental Medicine.

A contribution by Drs Kyoda and Onami on the current status and prospects on bioimaging database has been published in a magazine, Experimental Medicine.