New Release of the LIFE Search Engine

Library of Integrated Network-Based Cellular Signatures LINCS LIFE software

New Release of the LIFE Search Engine

A new version of the LIFE search engine has been released. LIFE makes it possible to search across data generated at the LINCS project.  This new release includes recent data releases from the LINCS Consortium. It has improved search functionality and several new data visualization features.

LIFE was developed at the University of Miami LINCS Center under leadership of the IDSC Drug Discovery Program Director Dr. Stephan Schürer.  More information is available at LIFE (Library of Integrated Network-Based Cellular Signatures).

This project was funded by the NIH (National Institutes of Health).

The LIFE search engine contains data generated from the LINCS Pilot Phase, to integrate LINCS content leveraging a semantic knowledge model and common LINCS metadata standards.  LIFE makes LINCS content discoverable and includes aggregate results linked to the Harvard Medical School and Broad Institute and other LINCS centers, who provide more information including experimental conditions and raw data.
Please visit LINCS Data Portal.