XSPAN is an internet-based cross-species anatomy network designed to support access to tissue-based genetic information. It provides interoperability between databases of key model embryos which, in turn, facilitates access to gene expression and other tissue-based data across species. XSPAN's database of cross-species anatomy information can be accessed programmatically via SOAP calls.
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