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Integration and visualization of systems biology data in context of the genome

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Integration and visualization of systems biology data in context of the genome
Background: High-density tiling arrays and new sequencing technologies are generating rapidly increasing volumes of transcriptome and protein-DNA interaction data. Visualization and exploration of this data is critical to understanding the regulatory logic encoded in the genome by which the cell dynamically affects its physiology and interacts with its environment. Results: The Gaggle Genome Browser is a cross-platform desktop program for interactively visualizing highthroughput data in the context of the genome. Important features include dynamic panning and zooming, keyword search and open interoperability through the Gaggle framework. Users may bookmark locations on the genome with descriptive annotations and share these bookmarks with other users. The program handles large sets of usergenerated data using an in-process database and leverages the facilities of SQL and the R environment for importing and manipulating data. A key aspect of the Gaggle Genome Browser is interoperabilit...
J. Christopher Bare, Tie Koide, David J. Reiss, Da
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where BMCBI
Authors J. Christopher Bare, Tie Koide, David J. Reiss, Dan Tenenbaum, Nitin S. Baliga
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