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BMCBI
2005
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Automation of gene assignments to metabolic pathways using high-throughput expression data
Background: Accurate assignment of genes to pathways is essential in order to understand the functional role of genes and to map the existing pathways in a given genome. Existing ...
Liviu Popescu, Golan Yona
BMCBI
2010
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Detecting disease associated modules and prioritizing active genes based on high throughput data
Background: The accumulation of high-throughput data greatly promotes computational investigation of gene function in the context of complex biological systems. However, a biologi...
Yu-Qing Qiu, Shi-Hua Zhang, Xiang-Sun Zhang, Luona...
BMCBI
2007
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Genome Expression Pathway Analysis Tool - Analysis and visualization of microarray gene expression data under genomic, proteomic
Background: Regulation of gene expression is relevant to many areas of biology and medicine, in the study of treatments, diseases, and developmental stages. Microarrays can be use...
Markus Weniger, Julia C. Engelmann, Jörg Schu...
NAR
2006
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PUMA2 - grid-based high-throughput analysis of genomes and metabolic pathways
The PUMA2 system (available at http://compbio.mcs. 10 anl.gov/puma2) is an interactive, integrated bioinformatics environment for high-throughput genetic sequence analysis and met...
Natalia Maltsev, Elizabeth M. Glass, Dinanath Sula...
BMCBI
2007
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Using gene expression data and network topology to detect substantial pathways, clusters and switches during oxygen deprivation
Background: Biochemical investigations over the last decades have elucidated an increasingly complete image of the cellular metabolism. To derive a systems view for the regulation...
Gunnar Schramm, Marc Zapatka, Roland Eils, Rainer ...
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