What is OMICtools?
OMICtools can help a) experimental researchers/clinicians find
appropriate tools for their needs b) developers to stay up to
date and to avoid redundancy c) funding agencies to ensure that
the submitted projects are high value-added. It can also be used
by life scientists as an educational or quick-reference support.
OMICtools is expected to serve as a useful didactic resource not
only for bioinformaticians, but also for experimental
researchers and clinicians.
OMICtools: an informative directory for multi-omic data analysis
Vincent J. Henry; Anita E. Bandrowski; Anne-Sophie Pepin; Bruno J. Gonzalez; Arnaud Desfeux
Database 2014; doi: 10.1093/database/bau069
Arnaud Desfeux (Coordinator)
Vincent Henry (Associate coordinator)
Haute-Normandie-INSERM ERI-28, Institute for Research and Innovation in Biomedicine of Rouen University, Rouen, France
Center for Research in Biological Systems, University of California, San Diego, CA, USA
We do our best to correctly classify the analytical tools and
cite sources when available. Feedback from our user is a crucial
element in helping to prevent propagation of erroneous
information, and update requests from users are dealt with as a
We welcome collaboration. If you are interested in collaborating
with the team in a project, please
Support for OMICtools
OMICtools is operated by omicX LLC, a small private
bioinformatics consulting firm registered in
Sotteville-lès-Rouen, France. To contact them please email
Arnaud Desfeux (PhD, Founder)
How to link to OMICtools
OMICtools welcomes links from other websites.
Download the logo:
Or copy and paste the code below:
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