Our database provides a comprehensive and quantitative assay of ion channel models currently available in the neuroscientific modeling community, all browsable in interactive visualizations.
Currently, the database contains 3487 models with 2378 quantitatively evaluated ion channels for the NEURON simulator.
A graphical user interface to all channels currently available in our database. We offer several interactive data views to best help you choose ion channel models.
Together we can improve ICG! Upload your own channel models or submit tickets to correct existing ones should you find errors in our database.
All our data is accessible via an API. This enables you to run automated evaluations against current traces, or simply evaluate the metadata.
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Paper available in preprint @ 2.7.2016
If you're looking for details in how the ICGenealogy framework works, you can now access our paper in preprint from Biorxiv:
William F Podlaski, Alexander Seeholzer, Lukas N Groschner, Gero Miesenboeck, Rajnish Ranjan, and Tim P Vogels. "ICGenealogy: Mapping the Function of Neuronal Ion Channels in Model and Experiment." bioRxiv, June 16, 2016. doi:10.1101/058685.
ICGenealogy 0.3.1 Update @ 6.5.2016
We're happy to annonce that we just rolled out a bunch of updates, improving on features generally and making our site more secure.
- Server: All communication is now encrypted over SSL
- API: Improved caching
- API: Updated structure of the API, including autogenerated documentation
- Channel submission: enabled for Kv, Nav, Cav and IH classes.
- Channel submission: improved logging for failed NEURON simulations. You now receive asyncronous messages on completion/failure of your channel simulations, including full error reports for debugging.