Nephroseq provides researchers with a rich set of publicly available renal gene expression data - gathered and curated by an experienced team of data scientists, bioinformaticians, and nephrologists - and the tools and interface necessary to analyze it, all aimed at seeking answers to questions and advancing a molecular understanding of kidney disease to ultimately improve clinical outcomes.
In particular, Nephroseq provides unique access to datasets from the Applied Systems Biology Core at the University of Michigan, incorporating clinical data which is often difficult to collect from public sources.
Nephroseq Academic Licensing
Academic and non-profit users interested in licensing access to the Nephroseq product may do so from directly within the application (www.nephroseq.org).
Nephroseq Commercial Licensing
Commercial users interested in licensing access to the Nephroseq product should follow the licensing links to the right. There are several levels of licensing available, both at the annual subscription- and project-level. Subscription-level licenses are annual licenses for a specified number of users, while project-based licenses are short-term access models for one user.