TOOLS - BIOINFORMATICS RESEARCH GROUP
The Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics Research Group at the Cancer Research Center has developed a series of bioinformatic analysis tools that are briefly presented below.
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APID - Agile Protein Interaction DataAnalyzer
Description: APID (Agile Protein Interaction
DataAnalyzer) is an interactive bioinformatic web-tool
that has been developed to allow exploration and analysis
of main currently known information about protein-protein
interactions (PPI) integrated and unified in a common and
GATE - Genomic and Transcriptomic Explorer
is a bioinformatic web platform designed to allow integrated exploration of genes,
transcripts and expression in the genomic context, which includes complete up-to-date mapping and interactive
location of all oligonucleotide probes from expression microarrays for human, mouse and rat.
mapCGHetExpression - Tool to map CGH and expression changes
Description: This bioinformatic
tool allow dynamic mapping of the gene expression signals
and the genomic copy number changes upon the genomic
MicroarrayDB - Microarrays Database
Description: MicroarrayDBMicroarrayDB is an internal repository designed and built to allocate the data
from microarrays used in biomolecular studies, mainly
genome-wide expression microarrays with special focus
on GeneChips from Affymetrix, although is also designed
to include other types of genomic microarrays like the ones of CGH and SNPs.
webbioc - BioConductor Web Tool
is a web interface for some of the Bioconductor microarray
analysis packages related to Affymetrix microarrays.
The existing modules provide a workflow that takes users
from CEL files to differential expression with multiple
hypothesis testing control, and finally to metadata
annotation of the gene lists.
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