Lung Gene Expression Analysis (LGEA): an integrative web portal for comprehensive gene expression data analysis in lung development

@article{Du2017LungGE,
  title={Lung Gene Expression Analysis (LGEA): an integrative web portal for comprehensive gene expression data analysis in lung development},
  author={Yina Du and Joseph A. Kitzmiller and Anusha Sridharan and Anne-Karina T. Perl and James P. Bridges and Ravi S. Misra and Gloria S. Pryhuber and Thomas J. Mariani and Soumyaroop Bhattacharya and Minzhe Guo and S. Steven Potter and Phillip J. Dexheimer and Bruce J. Aronow and Alan H. Jobe and Jeffrey A. Whitsett and Yan Xu},
  journal={Thorax},
  year={2017},
  volume={72},
  pages={481 - 484}
}
‘LungGENS’, our previously developed web tool for mapping single-cell gene expression in the developing lung, has been well received by the pulmonary research community. With continued support from the ‘LungMAP’ consortium, we extended the scope of the LungGENS database to accommodate transcriptomics data from pulmonary tissues and cells from human and mouse at different stages of lung development. Lung Gene Expression Analysis (LGEA) web portal is an extended version of LungGENS useful for the… 
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