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Program Snapshot

The Common Fund’s Library of Integrated Network-based Cellular Signatures (LINCS) program is developing a library that catalogs changes that occur when different types of cells are exposed to a variety of agents that disrupt normal cellular functions, called “perturbagens.” This library integrates data across cell types, perturbagens, and measurements of cellular responses and is used by scientists to design and conduct experiments that can help us better understand normal and diseased cellular states and how to alter them.

The wealth of information created by the LINCS program is freely available to the research community and is leading to important research discoveries, including new tools for enhancing drug discovery and predicting adverse health events. You can learn how researchers use LINCS data on our Highlights page.

LINCS by the Numbers

Learn more about the data and resources available through the LINCS program by clicking on the various sections of the interactive info graphic below Exit Disclaimer:

LINCS ToolsLINCS CellssBD2K-LINCS DCICNeuroLINCSMEP LINCSDToxSLINCS PCCSEHMS LINCSLINCS TranscriptomicsLINCS DatasetsSmall MoleculesLINCS map

This page last reviewed on September 13, 2019