Provides lists of differentially expressed genes. L2L was constructed by compiling data from published mammalian microarray studies. It contains a set of lists for each of the three organizing principles of Gene Ontology (GO): biological process, molecular function and cell component. The database is associated with a tool that systematically compares an input list of differentially expressed genes with a database of lists of differentially expressed genes.
Supplies information about microarrays. BB is a USDA (United States Department of Agriculture)-funded public database for cereal microarray data that includes microarray experiment annotations. It can discover all the known facts about any probe set or exemplar sequence on the chip and then compare them with other plant species. Each data query is analyzed and a visualization tool allows users to explore their data.
Offers a platform dealing with gene expression data on haematopoietic cell types. Haemosphere gathers eight manually curated datasets including Haemopedia, a library of microarray gene expression profiles from wildtype murine blood cells. It allows users to : (i) search genes of interest, (ii) browse expression profiles, (iii) run differential expression analyses and (iv) handle sets of gene. Haemosphere assists researchers to investigate genes involved in an aspect of hematopoiesis or to discover pathways.
Allows users to access gene expression profiles. CellMontage permits users to access expression data in a content-based manner. Query profiles are searched against a database to find profiles with similar overall gene expression. This database includes a search engine using a customized algorithm for the efficient calculation of the correlation coefficient between profiles measuring different sets of genes.
Contains data related to Alzheimer's disease and consists of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and other data types from a variety of human studies, animal and cellular model systems. AMPAD Knowledge Portal generates data which have been inspected with the NIA programs: Accelerating Medicines Partnership-Alzheimer’s Disease - Target Discovery and Preclinical Validation Project AMPAD and Molecular Mechanisms of the Vascular Etiology of Alzheimer’s Disease M²OVEAD Consortium.
Gathers information related to pluripotent human stem cells. StemCellDB consists of a repository of molecular profiles intending to encompass various states of human embryonic stem cells. It consists of two different datasets analyzed either through the Affymetrix or the Agilent platforms and aims to provide a benchmark reference data that ease the selection of the most relevant data for further experiments.
Provides several data about gene expression microarrays across diseases. MetaSignature allows users to identify consistent gene expression signatures in a specific disease state. It enables researchers to pursue data-driven hypotheses, and permits to explore gene expression meta-analysis data from either diseases or genes of interest. The research is focused on the strongest molecular evidence in order to researcher can break the self-perpetuating annotation inequality cycle that results in research bias.
Covers meta-analysis values and provides homologous forest plots of differentially expressed genes (DEGs) in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in human. dbMDEGA contains about 17 700 human genes as meta-results for querying DEGs. It also gathers current brain gene expression datasets for 14 ASD mouse models from 80 brain samples in five mouse datasets. This database assists users in the discovery of DEGs and the molecular pathogenicity of ASD.
Provides an online database of prostate array. PARRAY offers customized microarrays representing genes expressed in the human prostate. A limitation on the number of individual elements that can be placed on the area of a given "chip" array places a premium on efficient construction. Users can search with BLAST or keyword such as accession number and annotation information.
Provides an online database of prostate array. MARRAY offers customized microarrays representing genes expressed in the mouse prostate. A limitation on the number of individual elements that can be placed on the area of a given "chip" array places a premium on efficient construction. Users can search with BLAST or keyword such as accession number and annotation information.
Allows for capturing important features of the gene dynamic behaviour. SwitchFinder is a statistical method for the analysis of time-series data, in particular gene expression data, based on a change-point model. This is an approach to the analysis of biological time-series data, supporting inference and interactive exploration of its inherent dynamic patterns, hence facilitating biological discovery process.
Allows to query, analyse and visualize aging-related microarray data. GAN is a web database consisting of two parts: (i) a database of microarray datasets measuring aging-related expression patterns and (ii) a data mining platform to facilitate the identification of recurrent expression patterns across multiple datasets and species. Users can perform integrative analysis to derive customized differentially expressed gene lists or co-expressed gene pairs, and apply functional annotation tools.
A collection of functional gene modules calculated from the microarray data compendium available from the GEO database. HCNet is a specialized database designed to assist experimentalists for cardiac calcium signaling research by providing the pre-calculated gene clusters and their potential correlation network in heart.
A compendium of microarray expression data for virtually all human genes from six key immune cell types and their activated and differentiated states. IRIS is a collection of genes that have been selected for specific expression in immune cells. The expression pattern of IRIS genes recapitulates the phylogeny of immune cells in terms of the lineages of their differentiation. Gene Ontology assignments for IRIS genes reveal significant involvement in inflammation and immunity.