This page lists various databases and software resources developed by the Kaeberlein Lab. At the bottom are links to free databases and software developed by others.
A collection of databases and workflow tools for the UW aging core collaboration groups.
Published lifespan data across species under genetic, chemical, and environmental intervention. The succesor of the Aging Genes and Interventions Database.
The SAGEWEB site is a community-driven platform for tools and resources in the biology of aging.
Yeast chronological lifespan data and analysis.
Pooled yeast replicative lifespan data and analysis across yeast dissection experiments.
Plots polysome gradient data and calculates peak areas.
Generates random integers over a given range. Useful for selecting random clones from a library.
Calculates ranksum p-values using R wilcox.test function.
Generates a column of target numbers matching the given count.
Extracts rows from a set of data where the first column matches values in a target list.
Gets library and plate locations for a list of genes. Includes data from Ahringer & Vidal (Partial) Worm Libraries.
Analyzes growth curves generated by the Bioscreen C reader, computing doubling times and relative survivals on a sequence of outgrowth curves.