MAPPFinder: using Gene Ontology and GenMAPP to create a global gene-expression profile from microarray data
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, 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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