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When citing data found in PhenomicDB please cite the primary sources. When referring to PhenomicDB itself, please cite this reference:

Groth P, Kalev I, Kirov I, Traikov B, Leser U, Weiss B.
Phenoclustering: online mining of cross-species phenotypes.
Bioinformatics 2010 26(15):1924-1925, PMID: 20562418
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Groth P, Pavlova N, Kalev I, Tonov S, Georgiev G, Pohlenz HD, Weiss B.
PhenomicDB: a new cross-species genotype/phenotype resource.
Nucleic Acids Res. 2006 Sep 28, PMID: 16982638
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Abdullah Kahraman, Andrey Avramov, Lyubomir Nashev, Dimitar Popov, Rainer Ternes, Hans-Dieter Pohlenz, and Bertram Weiss.
PhenomicDB: a multi-species genotype/phenotype database for comparative phenomics
Bioinformatics 2005 21: 418-420, PMID: 15374875
(In this publication you can find full references to the primary databases.)

If you are interested in phenotype data and its usage, you may find these publications helpful:

Groth, P. & Weiss, B.
Phenotype Data: A Neglected Resource in Biomedical Research?
Current Bioinformatics, Volume 1, Number 3, August 2006, pp. 347-358(12)
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Groth P, Weiss B, Pohlenz HD, Leser U
Mining phenotypes for gene function prediction
BMC Bioinformatics 2008, 9:136doi:10.1186/1471-2105-9-136
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Groth P, Leser U, Weiss B.
Phenotype mining for functional genomics and gene discovery
Methods Mol Biol. 2011;760:159-73.
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Groth, P. & Weiss, B.
Phenotype Databases
Phenomics, Edited by John M . Hancock, Pages 237–262, CRC Press 2014