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Revision as of 11:46, 19 January 2018

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COST Action CA15203 MitoEAGLE
Evolution-Age-Gender-Lifestyle-Environment: mitochondrial fitness mapping


MitoEAGLE Working Groups

MitoEAGLE Working Groups

MitoEAGLE concept
Four Working Groups (WG) interact closely: WG1 elaborates the overall strategy, with input into Working Groups 2-4 specializing on various types of tissue and cells. Feeding the data repositories, WG2-4 will implement the strategies, providing feedback to WG1, with feedforward in optimization cycles. These will lead to summaries of recommendations and a Training and knowledge management concept.
SOPs and user requirement document (URD): Protocols - Terminology - Reporting
» WG1 Action
» WG1 Project application
MitoEAGLE data repository on muscle tissues
» WG2 Action
» WG2 Project application
MitoEAGLE data repository on fat, neuronal and liver tissues
» WG3 Action
» WG3 Project application
MitoEAGLE data repository for blood cells and cultured cells
» WG4 Action
» WG4 Project application

MitoEAGLE data repositories (from WG2-4)
  1. Deposit post-hoc datasets related to articles already published on topics of WG 2-4 by Consortium members on locations accessible for the Consortium.
  2. Connect published articles to deposited datasets, using generally accessible tools such as PubMed Commons (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedcommons/).
  3. Along with development of SOPs, implement advance public deposition of protocols (Begley, Ioannidis 2015).
  4. Deposit datasets with submitted manuscripts and finally connect these using tools such as PubMed Commons.

COST Action MitoEAGLE e-COST MitoEAGLE e-COST MitoEAGLE countries Gentle Science MitoPedia MiPsociety MitoGlobal