Molecular Anatomy of the Mouse Embryo Project
The Mamep project was initiated with the aim to create a comprehensive data resource for the genetic analysis of pattern formation, tissue development and organogenesis in the mid-gestational mouse embryo. Whole-mount in situ hybridization was utilized for assigning gene activity to particular cell types and organs, thus identifying genes involved in differentiation processes. The Mamep database covers a substantial fraction of genes showing tissue restricted expression at E9.5 and provides a basis for imaging the molecular anatomy of the mouse embryo at mid-gestation. It serves as an important resource for investigating developmental processes in the mouse, and complements other gene expression datasets made available to mouse developmental biologists.

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Web resources on Gene Expression

The Gene Expression Database (GXD)
Geisha (chicken)
Aniseed: Gene Expression in Ascidians
Xenbase (Xenopus)
Zfin (Zebrafish)