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As of Dec. 20, 2017 there are 483 BDML-files and 616 image sets.

OrganismTypeBasedonPaperNumber of BDML-filesNumber of images in SSBDReleased dateUpdate date
C. elegansNucleusMeasurementBao et al. 2006102013/10/032017/12/20
C. elegansNucleusMeasurementKyoda et al. 20131862,221,5602013/09/022017/12/20
C. elegansNucleusSimulationKimura & Onami 200510002013/10/032017/12/20
C. elegansBehaviorMeasurementCronin et al. 20051102014/10/032017/12/20
C. elegansNucleusMeasurementToyoshima et al. 20161441,3802016/05/202017/12/20
C. elegansCellMeasurementTakayama & Onami 201611977,3062016/10/032017/12/20
C. elegansCellMeasurementAzuma & Onami 201611442017/03/012017/12/20
C. elegansMoleculeMeasurementArata et a. 201633,0002017/10/032017/12/20
D. cf. damesiIndividualMeasurementInoue & Kondo 201606,0962017/10/032017/12/20
D. discoideumMoleculeMeasurementKomatsuzaki et al. 201515,4002015/10/032017/12/20
D. discoideumMoleculeMeasurementYasui et al. 201402,4212017/10/032017/12/20
D. discoideumCellMeasurementShibata et al. 201221,4402017/10/032017/12/20
D. discoideum, Cultured cell (rat; PC-12), NAMoleculeMeasurement/SimulationWatabe et al. 20154612016/01/182017/12/20
D. melanogasterNucleusMeasurementKeller et al. 2010202013/10/032017/12/20
D. melanogasterCellMeasurementKondo & Hayashi 2013085,9282017/10/032017/12/20
D. rerioNucleusMeasurementKeller et al. 2008702013/10/032017/12/20
E. coliMoleculeSimulationArjunan & Tomita 2010102013/09/022017/12/20
H. sapiens (ES)TissueMeasurementShirai et al. 2016022017/10/032017/12/20
H. sapiens (iPS)CellMeasurementKanemura et al. 20130482017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculusNucleusMeasurementBashar et al. 201212,8002014/10/032017/12/20
M. musculusGene expressionMeasurementMasumoto et al. 2010(OmicsBDML) 802014/10/032017/10/03
M. musculusCell/MoleculeMeasurementOchiai et al. 201501222016/10/032017/12/20
M. musculusGene expressionMeasurementHarima et al. 201321462016/01/182017/12/20
M. musculusCell/OrganMeasurementKe et al. 2013021,9952017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculusMolecule/CellMeasurementSakakibara et al. 2015143,0442017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculusMoleculeMeasurementHirata et al. 20161102017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculusOrganMeasurementSusaki et al. 20140128122017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculusOrganMeasurementSusaki et al. 201505122017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculusOrganMeasurementTainaka et al. 201405432017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculus (iPS)OrganMeasurementKinoshita et al. 201603842017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculus (iPS)CellMeasurementIwasaki et al. 20160392017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculus (iPS)TissueMeasurementAssawachananont et al. 2014082017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculus (iPS), D. melanogaster, Cultured cell (HEK293T: human)OrganMeasurementKe et al. 2016014,6562017/10/032017/12/20
M. musculus (iPS)Cell/ParticleMeasurementTanaka & Fujita 2015214,573 (.tif)2016/10/032017/12/20
X. laevisCellMeasurementSuzuki et al. 2016012017/10/032017/12/20
X. laevisMolecule/CellMeasurementInomata et al. 201309,0002017/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (CHO: hamster + MDCK: dog)Molecule/CellMeasurementMatsuda et al. 201208672017/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (CHO: hamster)Molecule/CellMeasurementMatsuda et al. 201507642017/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (DO11.10: mouse)CellMeasurementIchimura et al. 20160482017/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (HT-1080: human)CellMeasurementKunida et al. 201202112016/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (HT-1080: human)CellMeasurementYamao et al. 201507,8652017/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (MDCK II: dog, EpH4: mouse, R2/7 alpha-Cate: human)CellMeasurementYonemura 201401472017/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (MDCK II: dog)Molecule/CellMeasurementTakai et al. 201523602017/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (MDCK: dog)MoleculeMeasurementHayashi & Okada 201503652017/10/032017/12/20
Cultured cell (NRK-52E: rat)Molecule/CellMeasurementAoki et al. 201308562016/10/032017/12/20
NAParticleMeasurementTanaka 201402002016/10/032017/12/20
NAMicrotubulesMeasurementTorisawa et al. 201601,0592017/10/032017/12/20
NAMoleculeSimulationHihara et al. 2012302017/10/032017/12/20

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