GenMAPP 2: new features and resources for pathway analysis

@article{Salomonis2006GenMAPP2N,
  title={GenMAPP 2: new features and resources for pathway analysis},
  author={Nathan Salomonis and Kristina Hanspers and Alexander C. Zambon and Karen Vranizan and Steven C. Lawlor and Kam D. Dahlquist and Scott Doniger and Joshua M. Stuart and Bruce R. Conklin and Alexander R. Pico},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={217 - 217}
}
Microarray technologies have evolved rapidly, enabling biologists to quantify genome-wide levels of gene expression, alternative splicing, and sequence variations for a variety of species. Analyzing and displaying these data present a significant challenge. Pathway-based approaches for analyzing microarray data have proven useful for presenting data and for generating testable hypotheses. To address the growing needs of the microarray community we have released version 2 of Gene Map Annotator… CONTINUE READING
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