The High Throughput Phenomics Platform (HTPP) at the Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) has two arms that support high-throughput/high-content screening and data analytics - CHiP and CPP.
The Centre for High Throughput Phenomics (CHiP-GIS) aims to provide an integrated, state-of-the-art, functional and chemical genomics-based high-throughput/high-content screening (HTS/HCS) platform in Singapore. The CHiP-GIS has been established as a shared resource for the application of functional genomic technologies to support the research programs of investigators at GIS and beyond. In doing so, the CHiP-GIS hopes to bring together research scientists, ideas and technologies from all aspects of biomedical research in academia, the clinic and industry.
The CHiP-GIS Database Portal was developed by the Computational Phenomics Platform in GIS (CPP-GIS). At the backend of the portal are automated data processing pipelines for scoring and normalising the readouts from the high-throughput assays conducted in CHiP-GIS, and a relational database and server for data management and querying. Data access in the CHiP-GIS Database Portal is governed by our Data Confidentiality Policy. For more information on the CHiP-GIS Database Portal, please refer to the help page. To create a new account to access the Database Portal, please contact Jane or Judice.
Data Confidentiality Policy of CHiP-GIS/CPP-GIS
Work on Phenotype-driven Precision Oncology published in Nature Communications. [Chia S, Low JL, Zhang X, Kwang XL, Chong FT, Sharma A, Bertrand D, Toh SY, Leong HS, Thangavelu MT, Hwang JSG, Lim KH, Skanthakumar T, Tan HK, Su Y, Hui, Choo S, Hentze H, Tan IBH, Lezhava A, Tan P, Tan DSW, Periyasamy G, Koh JLY, Gopalakrishna Iyer N, DasGupta R. (2017) “Phenotype-driven precision oncology as a guide for clinical decisions one patient at a time”, Nat Commun. 8(1): 435.]
RNAi screens now accessible from CHiP-GIS Database Portal (V1)
Join us at GIS, level 2 Breakout for the CHiP-GIS and CPP-GIS Platform Exposure Session
CHiP-GIS Database Portal (V0.1a) is ready for access