GeneSigDB—a curated database of gene expression signatures

@inproceedings{Culhane2010GeneSigDBaCD,
  title={GeneSigDB—a curated database of gene expression signatures},
  author={Aed{\'i}n C. Culhane and Thomas Schwarzl and Razvan Sultana and Kermshlise C. Picard and Shaita C. Picard and Tim H. Lu and Katherine R. Franklin and Simon J. French and Gerald Papenhausen and Mick Correll and John Quackenbush},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2010}
}
The primary objective of most gene expression studies is the identification of one or more gene signatures; lists of genes whose transcriptional levels are uniquely associated with a specific biological phenotype. Whilst thousands of experimentally derived gene signatures are published, their potential value to the community is limited by their computational inaccessibility. Gene signatures are embedded in published article figures, tables or in supplementary materials, and are frequently… CONTINUE READING

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