--- Acknowledgements ---

The development of DNMKB was supported by the Diabetic Complications Consortium Pilot & Feasibility Program and A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute. We also appreicate the investigators who helped to get their published data incorporated into DNMKB: Dr. Leo Zeef (University of Manchester, UK) and Dr. Roman Chrast (University of Lausanne, Switzerland). We also thank Dr. Oliver Yongqun He (University of Michigan, USA) for sharing his network visualization script.


--- Update History ---

Updates - DNMKB version 2.0 (1/2/2014) Public release currently includes 52 differentially expressed gene (DEG) sets from 13 DN-related microarray data sets. We have added four microarray data sets from other investigators to version 2.0 and we appreciate their supports to incorporate their data into our system. Multiple new analysis features have also been added. Refer to User Manual if you are new to DNMKB.

Updates - DNMKB version 1.4 (12/19/2012) DNMKB currently contains 8 microarray data sets with 32 sets of differentially expressed genes.

Updates - DNMKB version 1.3 (5/17/2012) Public users can access the DNMKB knowledgebase. Use 'public@access' as email and 'public' as password.
Only the published data will be available to the public users. DNMKB currently contains 6 microarray data sets with 25 sets of differentially expressed genes.

Notice: As of 4/9/2012, the access to the DNMKB database is limited to the members or collaborators of the Feldman Lab. Please, contact the system administrator (DNMKB-help@umich.edu) for more information and potential collaboration opportunity. We will make this database publicaly available as soon as we can.

Updates - DNMKB version 1.2 (2/15/2012) with color-coded genes with a few minor bug fixes and enhancement. DNMKB now contains 5 microarray data sets with 22 sets of differentially expressed genes.

Updates - DNMKB version 1.1 (12/10/2011) now supports orthlogous gene merging.
In stead of showing separate lines for orthologous genes when multiple species are selected,
the new version shows a single integrated line showing both species, allowing easy cross-species comparison.