TAD: Tissue Array Database

Tissue microarrays are increasingly important tools that bring high-throughput technology to traditional pathology laboratories. In many cases, each spot on a tissue microarray is scored by a skilled pathologist and recorded manually. TAD consists of an Active Server Page web interface to a relational SQL database that automates recording scores and linking them with clinical data for future interpretation. To give you a better idea of how TAD works, we have prepared a PowerPoint presentation containing a series of screen shots of the program in action.

To start using TAD, download the zip file, unzip it, and follow the installation instructions.

You can also explore TAD by trying our working demo version. To obtain a user name and password for the demo version, contact krc@odin.mdacc.tmc.edu.


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