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gene expression tool in plant biology
with over 3,000 citations in peer-reviewed journals.
WHAT IS GENEVESTIGATOR?
GENEVESTIGATOR is a high performance search engine for
gene expression. It integrates thousands of manually curated, well
described public microarray and RNAseq experiments and nicely
visualizes gene expression across different biological contexts such
as tissues, diseases, nutrients, chemicals, or genotypes. The
high diversity of curated experiments allows GENEVESTIGATOR to
project your genes or your data against a broad spectrum of
reference profiles and datasets.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH GENEVESTIGATOR?
Four basic analysis approaches are available:
analyze an individual EXPERIMENT to find significant genes or
2) identify which CONDITIONS
affect the expression of a gene of interest,
identify which GENES are specifically expressed in a chosen
4) find SIMILARITIES of
expression between genes or between regulating conditions.
Based on these approaches, GENEVESTIGATOR covers a wide
range of application areas:
Study gene function
Easily find which biological contexts regulate a gene of
interest, i.e. how strongly it is expressed in different organs and
tissues, external or
internal perturbations (diseases, chemicals, nutrients, etc.), or
genotypes. Gene function is also understood by identifying other
genes having similar regulation or at which stage of development a
gene is expressed.
Interpret your results Bring your
results into the context of thousands of other experiments
- Find other experiments having a similar set of results
- Cluster genes by their expression in various contexts
(tissues, diseases, chemicals, genotypes, etc.)
Better plan your experiments
Checking the expression of your genes of interest in a wide variety
of contexts leads to ideas for designing new experiments and supports
Connect genes with conditions and
phenotypes GENEVESTIGATOR covers a very broad spectrum of
- Identify conditions affecting the expression of your gene of interest
- Find tissues in which a gene is highly expressed
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