What's New

  • A Web API for programmatically viewing data.
  • Website is now hosted on AWS for Improved performance and scalability.
  • Tables, such as the Study List, now load much faster.
  • A new graphics library provides improved functionality and visualization.
  • A commercial version for installation behind the company firewall.

The BioSystics Analytics Platform™

An Integrated Database, Analytics, and Computational Modeling Platform

formerly the University of Pittsburgh Microphysiology Systems Database

Database Overview

Two versions of the BioSystics Analytics Platform are available:

Two versions of the BioSystics-AP Platform

Benefits of the BioSystics Analytics Platform™

  • Easy-to-use
    • Icon-driven interface
    • Streamlined Study Set-up and Assay Data Upload
    • Intuitive data visualization
  • Well-described Experimental Models, Protocols and Studies
    • Rich metadata
    • Images and videos can be linked to your Studies
  • Quick Links to Reference Data
    • Compound, Pathway, and Disease information
  • Built-in Statistical Analysis and Prediction Tools
    • Reproducibility analysis
      • Inter and intra-study reproducibility
    • Power analysis
    • Gene expression analysis
    • Pharmacokinetic prediction tools
  • Secure prepublication data sharing

Coming Soon

  • Tools for analyzing Concordance.
  • Tools for Pathway Analysis.

Frequently Asked Questions

The BioSystics Analytics Platform™ is recognized as a domain-specific data repository by the NIH. In addition to its powerful analytic capabilities, the BioSystics-AP™ can help you comply with the new NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing. Contact us for information to include in your Data Management and Sharing Plan and for optional services to support submitting and sharing your data using the BioSystics-AP.

Email: info@biosystics.com, Subject Line: Data Sharing
The BioSystics-AP™ is aligned with the FAIR Guidelines. The BioSystics team is committed to improving the alignment of the platform with the FAIR Guidelines and is working to enhance our data provenance information, expanding the use of standardized terminologies, and is evaluating methods to enhance interoperability while still meeting user demands for ease of use.
The BioSystics-AP™ Help page provides on demand webinars, detailed information, and step-by-step examples on how to use the features of the BioSystics-AP.
To cite the BioSystics-AP please reference the following publications:
  • Gough A, Vernetti L, Bergenthal L, Shun TY, Taylor DL. The Microphysiology Systems Database for Analyzing and Modeling Compound Interactions with Human and Animal Organ Models. Appl In Vitro Toxicol. 2016;2(2):103-17. doi: 10.1089/aivt.2016.0011. PMID: 28781990.
  • Schurdak M, Vernetti L, Bergenthal L, Wolter QK, Shun TY, Karcher S, et al. Applications of the ,icrophysiology systems database for experimental ADME-Tox and disease models. Lab on a chip. 2020;20(8):1472-92. doi: 10.1039/c9lc01047e. PMID: 32211684.
We are happy to set up a demo of the BioSystics Analytics Platform™.

Email: info@biosystics.com, Subject Line: Demo Request

Contact Us

Any other questions? Contact us at info@biosystics.com.

To learn more about BioSystics, visit BioSystics, Inc.

Information about Third Party Data and software used in the BioSystics-AP™.