Strain resources, such as food fungi, actinomycetes, lactobacilli, and synthetic microorganisms
Rare and endangered wildlife, birds, amphibians, etc.
Sperm eggs, cells, cohort samples, such as samples of newborns, middle-aged and elderly
Plant seed resources, such as Chinese herbal medicine, cash crops, forest trees, etc.
Disease resource samples, such as samples of birth defects, tumors, and complex diseases
Fish gametes, embryo samples, marine living resources, such as ornamental fish, invertebrates, microorganisms, medicinal plants
Mate samples, such as intestinal microorganisms, oral microorganism samples, etc.
CNGBdb accepts submission of different types of biological data, and provides data archiving services for projects, samples, experiments, sequencing, assembly, mutation, and sequences.
CNGBdb's public data can be downloaded directly on FTP or downloaded through common downloading tools, such as FileZilla.
CNGBdb builds a distributed high-performance computing platform based on the underlying archive data, and deploys BLAST, cancer big data analysis, pathogen identification analysis and other application services.
CNGBdb visualization is designed to visualize life data. Based on the underlying data structure of CNGBdb, multi-dimensional visualization of genomics, transcriptome, and proteomics data is performed.
The scientific database contains data application databases in different fields, such as biodiversity, microorganisms, cancer, immunity, reproductive health, pathogens, etc., to meet the needs of researchers in different fields.
The National Gene Bank Data Controlled Center (CDA) provides users with the approval, authorization and distribution of controlled data. Whether the data is authorized for access is determined by the data owner / organization.
The National Gene Bank Resource Sharing Platform (EBB) is committed to establishing a global biological sample bank directory, creating a shared environment for biological resource information, and promoting the use of biological resources in scientific research.
CNGBdb's data structure and standards integrate international standards in omics, health, and medicine, and build an open data structure and metadata standard application set with broad compatibility and standardization.