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DNA MICROARRAY DATA ANALYSIS


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Gene ID Conversion Tool logo

Gene ID Conversion Tool is a comprehensive and fast accession mapping system in DAVID 2.1,. With it any given gene accession can be quickly mapped to another based on the user's choice. The tool also automatically suggests possible choices for the ambiguous gene accessions in the list

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BASE logo

BASE is a comprehensive free web-based database solution for the massive amounts of data generated by microarray analysis.

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L2L logo

L2L is a database of published microarray gene expression data, and a software tool for comparing that published data to a user's own microarray results. It is very simple to use - all you need is a web browser and a list of the probes that went up or down in your experiment. Yet it is also powerful and extensible for those who need it to be.

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Geo Profiles logo
Subcategories: ncbi

The Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO - NCBI) is a public repository that archives and freely distributes microarray, next-generation sequencing, and other forms of high-throughput functional genomic data submitted by the scientific community. In addition to data storage, a collection of web-based interfaces and applications are available to help users query and download the experiments and gene expression patterns stored in GEO.

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Gene Expression Barcode logo

The Gene Expression Barcode is the first database to provide reliable absolute measures of expression for most annotated genes for human and mouse tissue types, including diseased tissue. The barcode algorithm is designed to estimate which genes are expressed and which are unexpressed in a given microarray hybridization. The output of our algorithm is a vector of ones and zeros denoting which genes are estimated to be expressed (ones) and unexpressed (zeros). We call this a gene expression barco

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Babelomics4 logo

Babelomics is an integrative platform for the analysis of transcriptomics, proteomics and genomic data with advanced functional profiling. This new version of Babelomics integrates primary (normalization, calls, etc.) and secondary (signatures, predictors, associations, TDTs, clustering, etc.) analysis tools within an environment that allows relating genomic data and/or interpreting them by means of different functional enrichment or gene set methods. Such interpretation is made not only using f

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GoMiner logo

GoMiner™ is a tool for biological interpretation of 'omic' data – including data from gene expression microarrays.

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idconverter logo

A user-friendly, freely available web server applications that also provide additional functional information by mapping the identifiers on to pathways, Gene Ontology terms, and literature references. This tools provide a fast and intuitive way of enriching the information coming out of high-throughput experiments like microarrays.

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Gene Cruiser logo
Gene Cruiser allows: Broad

GeneCruiser provides integrated access to the gene and microarray feature information freely available from public databases. It allows users to retrieve annotations from various databases (LocusLink, RefSeq, SwissProt) using Affymetrix probe identifiers, or convert genes from accession numbers or keywords into matching probe IDs on one or more microarray chips. GeneCruiser is a web service accessible through a web interface, and is also available as a GenePattern module

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ArrayExpress Archive logo
Subcategories: EMBL

The ArrayExpress Archive (EMBL-EBI) is a database of functional genomics experiments including gene expression where you can query and download data collected to MIAME and MINSEQE standards.

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MAQC logo
MicroArray Quality Control

The purpose of the MAQC project is to provide quality control tools to the microarray community in order to avoid procedural failures and to develop guidelines for microarray data analysis by providing the public with large reference datasets along with readily accessible reference RNA samples.

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