Science & Research

Installing and Running ArrayTrack™


NOTICE:  Public access to ArrayTrack was disabled on Friday, March 17, 2017.  If you have questions, please contact



ArrayTrack™ can be accessed using an NCTR-installed database OR a locally installed database.

Option 1: Installing and Accessing ArrayTrack™ via NCTR Database

FDA Users: The FDA version is available on the intranet under "Information Technology/NCTR Applications."

Installation requirements: For Microsoft Windows (98/NT/2000/XP), the ArrayTrack™ application and Java 6.0 above need to be installed the first time it is accessed. 

Linux/Unix and Max OS X Users: Please ensure that R and Bioconductor are installed. Please refer to instructions for installing R/Bioconductor for Linux/Unix and Mac OS X systems.

Option 2: Running ArrayTrack™ Installed Locally

ArrayTrack™ v.3.5.0 or ArrayTrack™ v3.4.5 can be installed locally at your institute or company to support microarray experiments conducted by many investigators. In this case, the ORACLE server resides at the user's local site for data storage. NCTR currently is not supporting new local users.

Contact Information

 Collaboration Information: Dr. Weida Tong (870-543-7142 or
 Assistance with Using ArrayTrack™: Feng Qian (870-543-7290 or
 Submit Suggestions: Dr. Hong Fang (870-543-7538 or
 Report Technical Problems: or
 Steve Harris (




ArrayTrack™ is a product designed and produced by the National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR). FDA and NCTR retain ownership of this product. 
© Copyright 2004-2013, NCTR/FDA.

Contact FDA

NCTR Bioinformatics Support

Food and Drug Administration

3900 NCTR Road

Jefferson, AR 72079

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