Management of Metadata Types in Basic Cardiological Research

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​Management of Metadata Types in Basic Cardiological Research​
Kusch, H. ; Kossen, R. ; Suhr, M.; Freckmann, L.; Weber, L.; Henke, C.& Lehmann, C. et al.​ (2021)
In:​ R. Röhrig; T. Beißbarth; J. König; C. Ose; G. Rauch; U. Sax & B. Schreiweis et al.​ (Eds.), German Medical Data Sciences 2021: Digital Medicine: Recognize – Understand – Heal pp. 59​-68. 

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Authors
Kusch, Harald 
Kossen, Robert 
Suhr, Markus
Freckmann, Luca
Weber, Linus
Henke, Christian
Lehmann, Christoph
Rheinländer, Sophia
Aschenbrandt, Georg
Kühlborn, Lea K.
Marzec, Bartlomiej
Menzel, Julia
Schwappach, Blanche 
Zelarayán, Laura C.
Cyganek, Lukas
Antonios, Gregory
Kohl, Tobias
Lehnart, Stephan E. 
Zoremba, Marcel
Sax, Ulrich 
Nussbeck, Sara Y.
Editors
Röhrig, Rainer
Beißbarth, Tim
König, Jochem
Ose, Claudia
Rauch, Geraldine
Sax, Ulrich
Schreiweis, Björn
Sedlmayr, Martin
Abstract
Ensuring scientific reproducibility and compliance with documentation guidelines of funding bodies and journals is a topic of greatly increasing importance in biomedical research. Failure to comply, or unawareness of documentation standards can have adverse effects on the translation of research into patient treatments, as well as economic implications. In the context of the German Research Foundation-funded collaborative research center (CRC) 1002, an IT-infrastructure sub-project was designed. Its goal has been to establish standardized metadata documentation and information exchange benefitting the participating research groups with minimal additional documentation efforts.
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21-September-2021
Type
Book Chapter
Project
EXC 2067: Multiscale Bioimaging 
SFB 1002: Modulatorische Einheiten bei Herzinsuffizienz 
SFB 1002 | S01: In vivo und in vitro Krankheitsmodelle 
SFB 1002 | S02: Hochauflösende Fluoreszenzmikroskopie und integrative Datenanalyse 
SFB 1002 | INF: Unterstützung der SFB 1002 Forschungsdatenintegration, -visualisierung und -nachnutzung 
SFB 1190: Transportmaschinen und Kontaktstellen zellulärer Kompartimente 
SFB 1190 | Z03: Synthetische genetische Analyse, automatisierte Mikroskopie und Bildanalyse 
SFB 1286: Quantitative Synaptologie 
SFB 1286 | Z02: Integrative Datenanalyse und -interpretation. Generierung einer synaptisch-integrativen Datenstrategie (SynIDs) 
Organization
Institut für Medizinische Informatik 
Working Group
RG Kusch 
RG Lehnart 
RG Schwappach (Membrane Protein Biogenesis) 
RG Zelarayán-Behrend (Developmental Pharmacology) 
RG Zimmermann (Engineered Human Myocardium) 
RG Cyganek (Stem Cell Unit) 
RG Nußbeck 
RG Bonn 
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English

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