PUMAdb : Princeton University MicroArray database

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The Princeton University MicroArray database (PUMAdb) stores raw and normalized data from microarray experiments, as well as their corresponding image files. In addition, PUMAdb provides interfaces for data retrieval, analysis and visualization. For mass spectrometry assays (proteomics and metabolomics), please visit the PUMPd project. For high-throughput sequencing assays, please visit the HTSEQ project.

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Princeton researchers and their collaborators should register for a database account. Data is released to the public at the researcher's discretion or upon publication. If you are a world user, and are just trying to reach viewable data, either view our publications page or activate a world session.

PUMA Access: Access to non-public data is limited to registered Princeton researchers and their collaborators. Please see PUMAdb Registration for more specific information. If you have further questions regarding access, please e-mail the Princeton Microarray Database curators.


2014-08-20 : A new option has been added under the first page of "Experiment and Result Entry" to create a batch file for Agilent/Genepix experiments. Help is located here.

2014-08-20 : Caenorhabditis elegans annotations updated using WormBase v242.

2013-10-17 : S. cerevisiae annotations updated using SGD release R64-1-1, with improved GO annotations.

Recent Publications

2016-01-01 : Lakhina et al. 2016 (in process) Lakhina et al. 2016 (in process)

2015-05-26 : The fitness consequences of aneuploidy are driven by condition-dependent gene effects. Sunshine AB, et al. (2015) PLoS Biol 13(5):e1002155

2015-01-21 : Empirical determinants of adaptive mutations in yeast experimental evolution Payen, C, et al. 2015. bioRxiv doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/014068

Project Funding and Support: PUMAdb is funded in part by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) [NIH grant P50 GM071508]. PUMAdb is a project within the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics at Princeton University. Software and schema are based on the Stanford Microarray Database software package, and ongoing development remains a collaboration with this group.

Permission to use the information contained in this database was given by the researchers/institutes who contributed or published the information. Users of the database are solely responsible for compliance with any copyright restrictions, including those applying to the author abstracts. Documents from this server are provided "AS-IS" without any warranty, expressed or implied.