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The dkNET 3.0 Beta release has been released to the public! New features include: Resource Reports, Discovery Portal, Rigor & Reproducibility Support, Hypothesis Center and more!


Please let us know what you think! The legacy dkNET Site will be available for a limited time.


dkNET: Connecting Researchers to Resources

Is my antibody specific? Who else is using my software tools? Answer these questions and more using Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs).

Tools | Cell lines | Antibodies | Organisms

Search across 100s of biomedical databases for...

Funding | Images | Phenotypes | Literature | and more

View resources on how to comply with NIH's new policies on authentication of key biological resources, using our reproducibility reports, and making data FAIR.

Reproducibility report | Research data management | Suggested data repositories

Analyze diverse ‘omics data to generate or test research hypotheses – powered by the Signaling Pathways Project. Now in public Beta

Welcome to the dkNET 3.0 Beta Release

dkNET is undergoing a major upgrade with new features and improved user experience. We’d like you to take a look and let us know what you think. Don’t worry, your current account will still work and any saved information should transfer. Our old site will be made available shortly until we complete the transition in March, 2019.

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Join dkNET Webinar - The Signaling Pathways Project: Putting The R In FAIR Data on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 11am PDT

We will introduce dkNET Hypothesis Center - Signaling Pathways Project (SPP) Knowledgebase, a hub for big data and hypothesis generation that will allow researchers to extract information across different transcriptomic and ChIP-Seq datasets. Attendees will learn how to use biocuration and consensomic analysis of 'omics data to model mammalian cellular signaling events in organs and intersections between cellular signaling pathways and disease, and identify node-gene target regulatory relationships previously uncharacterized in the research literature. Dial-in information: https://uchealth.zoom.us/meeting/register/b2b68e7e5d5337ff7510d14dfea9e911

dkNET Summer of Data Student Internship (Submission Deadline is Extended!)

To support researchers with the use of on-line resources, dkNET is launching the 6-week dkNET Summer of Data Student Internship program, to provide students an opportunity to utilize the dkNET tools and resources in a research project and to provide feedback on their experience to the dkNET team. dkNET will provide up to five (5) $5,000 awards to support a summer internship for either high school, undergraduate or graduate (Masters or PhD) students to support their research using the dkNET information portal. Application due date: April 12, 2019.