MAPPFinder is a tool that creates a global gene-expression profile across all areas of biology by integrating the annotations of the Gene Ontology (GO) Project with the free software package GenMAPP (http://www.GenMAPP.org). The results are displayed in a searchable browser, allowing the user to rapidly identify GO terms with over-represented numbers of geneexpression changes. Clicking on GO terms generates GenMAPP graphical files where gene relationships can be explored, annotated, and files can be freely exchanged.
Doniger, Scott W.; Salomonis, Nathan; Dahlquist, Kam D.; Vranizan, Karen; Lawlor, Steven C.; and Conklin, Bruce R., "MAPPFinder: using Gene Ontology and GenMAPP to create a global gene-expression profile from microarray data" (2003). Biology Faculty Works. Paper 3.
Doniger, S.W., Salomonis, N., Dahlquist, K.D., Vranizan, K., Lawlor, S.C., & Conklin, B.R. (2003) MAPPFinder: Using Gene Ontology and GenMAPP to Create a Global Gene-Expression Profile from Microarray Data. Genome Biology 4: R7.
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