ArrayXPath: mapping and visualizing microarray gene-expression data with integrated biological pathway resources using Scalable Vector Graphics

@article{Chung2004ArrayXPathMA,
  title={ArrayXPath: mapping and visualizing microarray gene-expression data with integrated biological pathway resources using Scalable Vector Graphics},
  author={Hee-Joon Chung and Mingoo Kim and Chan Hee Park and Jihoon Kim and Ju Han Kim},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2004},
  volume={32 Web Server issue},
  pages={
          W460-4
        }
}
Biological pathways can provide key information on the organization of biological systems. ArrayXPath (http://www.snubi.org/software/ArrayXPath/) is a web-based service for mapping and visualizing microarray gene-expression data for integrated biological pathway resources using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). By integrating major bio-databases and searching pathway resources, ArrayXPath automatically maps different types of identifiers from microarray probes and pathway elements. When one… 

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