Using the Phenogen website for 'in silico' analysis of morphine-induced analgesia: identifying candidate genes.

@article{Hoffman2011UsingTP,
  title={Using the Phenogen website for 'in silico' analysis of morphine-induced analgesia: identifying candidate genes.},
  author={Paula L. Hoffman and Beth Bennett and Laura M. Saba and Sanjiv V Bhave and Phyllis J. Carosone-Link and Cheryl K. Hornbaker and Katerina Kechris and Robert W. Williams and Boris Tabakoff},
  journal={Addiction biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={393-404}
}
The identification of genes that contribute to polygenic (complex) behavioral phenotypes is a key goal of current genetic research. One approach to this goal is to combine gene expression information with genetic information, i.e. to map chromosomal regions that regulate gene expression levels. This approach has been termed 'genetical genomics', and, when used in conjunction with the identification of genomic regions (QTLs) that regulate the complex physiological trait under investigation… CONTINUE READING