Following are some examples of gene sets that can be explored with GeneAnalytics:
For detailed examples, view our case studies.
Currently, GeneAnalytics is recommended for the analysis of gene sets that contain 300 or fewer genes. Analyzing longer lists may yield biased results, with over-representation of entities that contain higher number of genes.
If you insert a gene set with more than 300 genes, you will be asked whether you want to proceed with your long set, or to trim the list to 300 genes. If you choose to trim the list, the first 300 genes will be used (duplicate genes will be removed automatically).
You can insert your gene symbols by either:
GeneAnalytics does not enable data normalization and calculation of differentially expressed genes.
However, we offer a service for identifying differentially expressed genes from microarray experiments. For more information, please contact us.
Unidentified genes are those which were not recognized as official mouse or human gene symbols.