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Unique identifier OMICS_16312
Name CoCiter
Interface Web user interface
Restrictions to use None
Computer skills Basic
Version 2.4
Stability No
Maintained No

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PMCID: 5913670
PMID: 29474580
DOI: 10.1093/molbev/msy022

[…] interaction (ppi) networks based on experimentally verified mir-941 targets similarly singled out a network module significantly enriched in genes linked to the “cell migration” term using cociter (; , permutations, p < 0.005, , online). furthermore, the “cell migration” term enrichment was 20-times greater among module genes compared with the other network genes (, fisher’s exact […]

PMCID: 4455928
PMID: 26040990
DOI: 10.1186/s12864-015-1654-6

[…] file ), glycoprotein hormones alpha polypeptide and somatolactin beta.fig. 3, co-citation enrichments are useful to reveal associations between large gene sets and diseases. we applied the cociter tool [] to look for associations between de genes and “hypertension”, “obesity”, “type 2 diabetes” and “osteoporosis”, i.e. metabolic diseases of which the susceptibility is increased […]

PMCID: 4094773
PMID: 24916849
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-15-457

[…] profiles were detected in the center of the nbip regions (figure h,i). notably, with respect to function, tfs enriched in nbips were significantly co-cited with the terms “neural” or “neuron” (cociter [], p < 0.01, additional file : table s9). by contrast, tfs enriched in kbips showed no such association (cociter, p > 0.2, additional file : table s10). thus, nbips may represent […]


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CoCiter funding source(s)
This project was funded by grants from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC; grants 31210103916 and 91019019), Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (grant 2011CB504206), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS; grants KSCX2-EW-R-02 and KSCX2-EW-J-15 and YZ201243), Stem Cell Leading Project (XDA01010303) and Shanghai Academic Leader Project (11XD1405700).

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