What kinds of gene sets can be used as a query in GeneAnalytics?
Following are some examples of gene sets that can be explored with GeneAnalytics:
- Differentially expressed genes identified by microarray experiment, RNA sequencing, real-time PCR or any other molecular method
- Gene sets that contain genomic variants known to be related to a specific disease or group of diseases
- Genes that encode protein targets of a specific drug
- Genes encoding proteins known to be a part of a specific molecular pathway or process
For detailed examples, view our case studies.