Cardiac Tissue Engineering as Use Case to Connect Biomedical Research Laboratories to an Emerging Global Data Infrastructure

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​Cardiac Tissue Engineering as Use Case to Connect Biomedical Research Laboratories to an Emerging Global Data Infrastructure​
Suhr, M. ; Umbach, N.; Meyer, T. ; Zimmermann, W.-H.  & Sax, U. ​ (2019)
In:​Ohno-Machado, Lucila; Séroussi, Brigitte​ (Eds.), MEDINFO 2019: Health and Wellbeing e-Networks for All pp. 363​-367.  DOI: 

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Suhr, Markus ; Umbach, Nadine; Meyer, Tim ; Zimmermann, Wolfram-Hubertus ; Sax, Ulrich 
Ohno-Machado, Lucila; Séroussi, Brigitte
Methods for cardiac tissue engineering and application in experiments are core technologies developed at the Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Göttingen. As is the case in many academic research laboratories data capture and documentation may be improved to latest methods of digital research. A comprehensive information system infrastructure is the foundation of further advances toward automation of lab processes. A data management system concept is proposed and prototypically deployed that enables traceability of assets within the lab and reproducibility of published assays and results. The prototype integrates existing electronic lab notebook, experiment result database, and a newly introduced research data management system by means of a custom developed portal and integration component. The architecture concept and developed integration tools explore connection of routine experimental work in a biomedical research lab to a universal infrastructure of data.
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SFB 1002: Modulatorische Einheiten bei Herzinsuffizienz 
SFB 1002 | INF: Unterstützung der SFB 1002 Forschungsdatenintegration, -visualisierung und -nachnutzung 
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RG Nußbeck 
RG Zimmermann (Engineered Human Myocardium) 



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