Cre-X-Mice: A Database of Cre Transgenic Lines

Although the creXmice database development is still in progress, the current stage would not be possible without the significant contribution of Graham Watts, a young and talented database programmer, Sandy Martino, my secretary, Agnes Lau, a enthusiastic summer student and my colleague, Kristina Vintersten.

We also acknowledge the creators of the emap – the standard anatomical nomenclature database, which became an essential part of our standardized description of Cre expression/action.

We also thank all of those who have already contributed to the database by submitting their line electronically using the submission feature of creXmice.

Last but not least we thank those who are going to do this in the future and contribute with data and suggestions to improve creXmice.