2 Table of Contents Table of Figure... ii Introduction... 1 Searching the Database... 1 Quick Search Mode... 1 Advanced Search... 1 Viewing Search Results... 2 Registration... 3 Your Account... 4 Editing Your Account... 4 Editing Your Entry... 5 Verifying Your Entry... 5 Discussion Board and User Comments... 6 Discussions... 6 Commenting on a Transgenic Line... 6 Submitting a New Transgenic Line... 7 Step Step Step Update Mailing List Registration User Interface Adding Queries Editing Queries Deleting Queries Keeping Track of Queries Appendix A Registration Error Messages Editing Account Error Messages i
3 Table of Figure Figure 1 Quick Search Example... 1 Figure 2 Advanced Search Example... 1 Figure 3 Search Result Collapsed View... 2 Figure 4 Expanded Search Result... 2 Figure 5 Registration Form Example... 3 Figure 6 User Account Example... 4 Figure 7 Edit Account form with password change example Figure 9 Verify Entry Page Options... 5 Figure 8 Verify Entry Link... 5 Figure 10 Discussion Example... 6 Figure 11 Comment Form Example... 7 Figure 12 Submission Step 1 Example... 8 Figure 13 Step Two, Stage Selection (Above) and Anatomical Area Selection (Below)... 9 Figure 14 Step Two, Example for Step 3-5 (above) and Finished Specificity with Delete Button (below) Figure 15 Update Mailing List Registration Form Figure 16 Main User Interface Figure 17 Form for Adding Queries Figure 18 User Interface for Query Edition Figure 19 Example of Updated Queries ii
4 Introduction Cre-X-Mice went through a large update in the month of December, there were many modifications and new features introduced. Searching the database is now possible by the use of keywords, as well as the advanced mode. When a new transgenic line is submitted, an is sent to the author for automatic verification. Cre-X-Mice now supports user registration. There are many benefits to being a registered user, you can receive notifications about new entries added to the database, view and edit your own entries, and obtain user feedback by on specific entries. It is strongly recommended that you register if you use the database frequently or if you are the author of any entries in the database. User feedback is now available for the transgenic lines, as well as a general discussion board on the main page. This guide will describe all these new features in detail and should prove useful to new users as well as frequent visitors. Searching the Database To access the search page click Search Database on the menu bar. Quick Search Mode With the last update it is now possible to search the database based on key words. Enter key words in the Quick Search field and click the search button. Figure 1 Quick Search Example Advanced Search The advanced search window provided users with detailed categories to filter the results. Figure 2 Advanced Search Example 1
5 Viewing Search Results Once the search is complete the search results will be displayed at the bottom of the page in collapsed form. You may click on the blue folder to expand or collapse all results. Figure 3 Search Result Collapsed View Let s look at the very first result. +4 is the number of specificities this entry contains. Green folder expands and collapses the specificities. Redirects to viewing this transgenic line and all the details. Then we see the Promoter and the Author of the entry. The author verification section exists because not all the entries in this database are submitted by the creator of the transgenic line (Author), Cre-X-Mice does try to contact the Authors and have them verify all the information. View Comments section allows to open a new page showing all the comments, if there are nouser comments for a specific like the button is grayed out. Anyone may add a comment to the entry by following the add link under Add Comment. Click the green folder to expand the first result. We can now see all the specificities the entry contains. By clicking on the headers Stage, Cell Type, and Anatomical Area the specificities are sorted to make viewing easier for the users. Figure 4 Expanded Search Result 2
6 Registration The first step is creating a new account, from the main page please navigate to Log In/Register located on the menu bar to the left. Once the Log In screen loads click on the Register button to proceed to the registration form. Below is an example of a filled out registration form. Please notice that Organization field is optional. Fill out all the fields and click Register to submit the request. If you are not redirected to Log In screen and receive an error message please see Registration Error Messages section for instructions. Figure 5 Registration Form Example Once the registration form is accepted the browser is redirected to Log In page and the following message is displayed Registration successful. An activation has been sent to ( ). The account now needs to be activated. Check your inbox for an account activation from Cre-X-Mice, click on the link in the to activate your account. You will be redirected to the Log In page with the message Your account has successfully been activated. Registration is complete use you and password to log in. 3
7 Your Account Being a registered user has its privileges, you can modify your own entries and request notifications for newly added transgenic lines. Soon a new feature will be implemented so that registered users can monitor specific entries, the user will be notified about any comments and any changes. Below is an example of what the user will see after logging in. Figure 6 User Account Example Editing Your Account Once logged in click on the Edit Account button, there you will be able to edit all your information. When you click on Save if an error message appears please see (Editing Account Error Messages) for more information. An example of filled out Edit Account form to change the password is provided as guidance. Figure 7 Edit Account form with password change example. 4
8 Editing Your Entry 1) Registered users are allowed to make changes to the transgenic lines they have submitted. To edit your entry you must first log in (See Logging In for details). After logging in find the entry you want to modify and click on the (view) icon. Scroll to the very bottom of the page and click the (Edit) button. 2) If you are verifying an entry because you received an automated from Cre-X-Mice you may also edit the information. After following the link scroll down and click the (Edit) button. This will redirect you to Submit Transgenic Line page with the information already filled out. Follow the steps as if creating a new entry (See Submitting a New Transgenic Line) for details. Once you submit the entry you will need to verify it, a verification is automatically sent to the address provided. The modified entry also needs to be confirmed by an administrator, once that is done it will permanently replace the old one. Verifying Your Entry 1) Registered users are allowed to verify their own unverified entries. Log into your account and click on the ( view) icon of the entry you want to verify. Under Publication Details find This is your entry, please take a moment verify it: verify click on verify. Figure 8 Verify Entry Link 2) If you received an from Cre-X-Mice requesting you to verify a new entry in the database please click on the link provided in the . This will direct you to a page showing the new entry. Please make sure all the information is correct. You may choose to verify, edit, or decline the transgenic line at the bottom of the page (see Editing Your Entry for details). Figure 9 Verify Entry Page Options 5
9 Discussion Board and User Comments Discussions A discussion board was added to the main page of Cre-X-Mice database. As soon as main page loads the latest twenty are shown. The discussion board is organized in a tree format so once a post is started replies may be directed to the post or to any reply. Any user or visitor may start a new post and reply to the already existing posts. The following figure shows a discussion. Figure 10 Discussion Example To create a new discussion click on the link New Post. A new discussion must contain a title and a message. User or guest information must also be provided. To reply to an existing discussion click Reply. A title for a reply is optional, it may be left blank. User or guest information must be provided. To view all discussions, not just the latest twenty click All Posts. Once redirected to the page containing all of the Cre-X-Mice discussions it is also possible to search for key words. To view all the replies click Expand replies. Notice some replies may be then further expanded. Expanded discussions may be collapsed by clicking Collapse replies. Commenting on a Transgenic Line When viewing an entry in the database users and guests who have knowledge of that transgenic line are encouraged to leave comments. To comment on the transgenic line scroll to the bottom of the page to Post a Comment form. A valid comment must contain a Subject, a message, and the information of the poster. Notice, Cre-X-Mice will only display your address and organization if you check the Show My Information checkbox. Otherwise only the first and last name will be shown. 1) As a user, if you are logged in while posting a comment, Cre-X-Mice will automatically use your information for the comment, simply enter the subject, message body, and check 6
10 Show My Information if you wish others to see your and organization. Once the form is complete click Submit Comment 2) If you are a user but you are not logged in please expand the User folder and enter your and password. Fill out the rest of the form and click Submit Comment 3) Visitors without a registered account are required to provide their first and last names and an address, organization is optional. If you are a visitor please expand the Guest folder and fill out the form. Below is a filled out comment form to use as a guide. Figure 11 Comment Form Example Submitting a New Transgenic Line To begin the process of submitting a new transgenic line click Submit Transgenic Line on the left side menu. The browser will be redirected to step one of the submission process Step 1 Notice to select multiple options hold ctrl and use left mouse click, the selected options will be highlighted blue. 1) Transgene Type: There are three possible options for Transgene Type, please select one. 2) Promoter or Locus: Start entering the promoter, the database will look up existing promoters and provide you with suggestions. If there are any synonyms for the promoter please enter them below separated by a comma (,). 3) Promoter Species: Select the species from the dropdown list. For species that are not listed select Other and specify the unlisted specie below. 4) Transgene Insertion: Enter the transgene insertion here. 7
11 5) Inducibility: Select indcibility from the list, you may select multiple options. For options not in the list select Other and specify the inducibility below. 6) Genetic Background: Select genetic background from the list, you may select multiple options. For options not in the list select Other and specify the genetic background below. 7) Is this Cre Transgenic Line Published?: Published transgenic lines require PubMed ID and author contact information for verification purposes. If the line is published click yes and fill out the required information below. 8) MGI ID: Enter the Mouse Genome Informatics ID here, this field is optional and may be left blank. 9) Holding Sites: Optional field and may be left blank. 10) Stock Number: This field relates to the holding sites. Enter the stock number or a url to the page. Example of a filled out step one form is provided as a reference. Figure 12 Submission Step 1 Example Once all the required information has been entered click continue at the bottom of the page. The database will check that all the fields are correct and proceed to step two. 8
12 Step 2 Step Two is where specificities are added to the entry. At least one specificity must be added before proceeding to step three and submitting the transgenic line. Once all needed specificities are added click Next Step. For every specificity the following steps must be taken: 1) Select the stage the characterization was performed at. Once a stage is selected mouse anatomy loads showing all the anatomical areas possible in that stage of development. 2) The second step is to select the anatomical area. It is possible to search for anatomical area or to expand the tree manually. Green folder and green checkmark represent expandable sections and end points of anatomy tree respectively. To browse through the tree manually click on the green folder to expand an area and on the name to select that area. Another option is to search through the tree, enter a keyword in the search field and press the search button. Found anatomical areas will be highlighted in yellow and the tree will be automatically expanded. Selected anatomical area will be highlighted green and the full path will be shown. Figure 13 Step Two, Stage Selection (Above) and Anatomical Area Selection (Below) In this example keyword embryo was searched for and epiblast was selected as the anatomical area. 9
13 3) Select the excision property from the list. You may select multiple options by holding ctrl and using left mouse click to specify a range. 4) To select the cell type start entering text in the field, the database will perform a suggestive search to help. If you do not see required cell type in suggestive search enter the cell type manually, it will be added to the database. 5) Select the cell amount cre expression occurred in. To select a range between two or more options hold ctrl and use left mouse click. 6) Click add specificity, the page will reload and added specificity will be displayed at the top. If there is a mistake in the specificity it is possible to delete it by clicking the recycling bin icon. Steps one through five must be repeated for each specificity to be added. Figure 14 Step Two, Example for Step 3-5 (above) and Finished Specificity with Delete Button (below) Step 3 Step three provides an overview of the new transgenic line to verify all of the information. The submitter may enter an author comment for the line, select to be notified when the transgenic line is accepted into the public database, return to any of the two previous steps to edit the submission, or finish the submission by clicking Submit Entry. Once all the information is verified press Submit Entry. Every new entry must be approved by the database administrator before going into the public database and should be verified by the author. A verification is sent to the author if publication details are given (see Verifying Your Entry for details). 10
14 Update Mailing List This recently added feature is used to notify users about the new queries updated into the database. It is recommended for the user to subscribe to this update mailing list if certain queries requested by the user do not return any results in the search, or if the user wants to be notified about the most recently updated entries. Once an entry, which contains particular data that match the user s requested queries, is updated, the user would receive an notification regarding the information of such entry. Registration The form for update mailing list registration is right below the Advanced Search form. There is a brief instruction at the top of the form that explains the purpose of update mailing list and its related features. The required fields include: user s first and last name, up to eight queries, user s address and word verification. The user can also unsubscribe to the update mailing list if he/she has previously subscribed, in which the address is the only required field in such case. Figure 15 Update Mailing List Registration Form Once the registration form is submitted successfully, a confirmation would be sent to the user s inbox using the address specified. The content of displays the corresponding queries that have been requested. 11
15 User Interface The user is welcomed to add, edit and/or delete any requested queries through the update mailing list user interface. If the user is not a registered member of Cre-X-Mice, he/she must use the exact address used for update mailing list subscription to register as one under Log In/Register, in order to edit the requested queries. Otherwise, registered member could first log in to access the Account Information page, in which a section of My Requested Queries is displayed at the bottom half of the page. Figure 16 Main User Interface Adding Queries The user could add as many queries as needed. First, click the Add Queries button right below the table. A form shown in the following figure would be prompted: Figure 17 Form for Adding Queries The user could submit up to eight queries at a time. After the form is filled, click Save to get back to the main user interface as illustrated in Figure 16. A row of new entry would be shown at the top of the table, because the table follows the descending order for dates. The user could also click Back to go back to the main user interface without adding any queries. 12
16 Editing Queries The user could first click the Edit Queries right below the table, and beside the Add Queries button in the main user interface. Next, a user interface for query edition is shown below: Figure 18 User Interface for Query Edition The user could select a specific entry required for edition then click Edit button, and the form which is similar to Figure 19 would be prompted. The existing queries would be shown in corresponding fields, and the user could edit the existing queries and/or adding more queries by filling in the form. Next, click Save to get back to the user interface for query edition. If the query edition is complete, the user could click Back right below the table in Figure 18 to get back to the main user interface illustrated in Figure 16. Deleting Queries There are checkboxes next to each specific row of queries. The user could first select the as many queries as needed by checking off the checkboxes. Afterward, click the Delete button at the top of the table shown in Figure 16 to delete the selected queries. It is recommended that the user deletes repeated queries or any queries that are no long requested in order to prevent unnecessary notification s. We would greatly appreciate your help in making the update mailing list as user friendly as possible by minimizing the number of unnecessary queries. The user could unsubscribe from the update mailing list by deleting all of the requested queries. 13
17 Keeping Track of Queries Each update column next to the every requested query shows the query status of whether or not it has been updated, since the user last adds or edits that particular query. The following is an illustration: Figure 19 Example of Updated Queries In this example, since an entry that contains information regarding the promoter locus Camk2a and the cell type Neuron has been updated, the query status of the corresponding requested queries are changed to Yes. At the left side of the table, the updated queries are shown with the embedded links for the access of the updated entry, which specify the categories of the updated queries and the date of the entry update. In addition, the user would receive a notification regarding the updated entry with the embedded link. Appendix A Registration Error Messages When submitting your registration form you may receive an error message, this section explains the errors and steps to correct them. Notice password and password confirmation must be reentered when resubmitting your form after correcting the errors. List of possible errors. You must enter first and last name. The first name or last name field is blank, please fill in both fields. You must enter an address. 14
18 The field is blank, an address must be provided for registration confirmation and contact information. You have entered an invalid address. The address provided is not a valid address, make sure you have entered the address correctly. An must be in the following format domain. Example of a valid address: in which cre_mice is the username, nagy is the domain and com is the top-level domain. and confirmation do not match. The and Confirm fields are not the same, make sure you have entered the address correctly in both fields. The address is already in use. This address already belongs to a registered user or an author of an entry. If you are an Author of an entry you are already in the database. Log in using your and "author" as the password field and click on the Resend activation link. The address entered belongs to an author of a transgenic line. This means that this address was given as contact information of the author. Therefore your information is already in the database, please go to the Log In/Register page, enter your and use author as password. You will receive a warning message This user account has not been activated, an activation has been previously sent to ( ). Resend activation Resend Click on Resend then check your for account activation from Cre-X-Mice. Once you have activated your account you may log in using your and author as password, please proceed to Edit Account and change your password from author. If you need more information on changing your password see Managing My Account section. You must enter a password The password field in empty, a password must be entered. Your password must be at least 6 characters in length. The password you have entered is too short, password of minimum 6 characters is required for security purposes. Password and password confirmation do not match. The Password and the Confirm Password fields do not match. The Confirm Password field is designed to make sure the user enters a password he or she will remember. Please make sure you have entered the same password in both fields. Your word verification failed. Please try again. 15
19 Word verification is designed to make sure that spam software does not register as a user on the database and post unwanted ads and comments. You have not correctly entered the two displayed words, please try again. You may request new words by clicking on the icon. Server error, could not create user. This error appears if there is a problem with the server. Please try again in a while, if the registration still does not work please reply to the bugs discussion on the main page or contact the database administrator directly at Editing Account Error Messages List of possible errors. does not match Verify . Make sure both and Verify are the same and that you have entered the address correctly. New is not a valid address. The address is invalid, Cre-X-Mice database requires all users to have a working address for contact and security purposes. Make sure you have entered the address correctly. Example of a valid address: Incorrect Password. You have made a mistake while entering your current password. Current password is required when changing passwords for security reasons. New Password and Verify New Password do not match. The new password and verification of the new password are not the same. Please choose a password that will be easy for you to remember and verify you have entered it correctly. Failed to update account: (ID). This is a server error. Please try again in a while. If this error continues to repeat please contact the system administrator through front page discussion board. 16
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