Exon Array Analysis Tool
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- Genes and Exons shown using their most recent names and abbreviations.
- Intensity data for each gene/exon is displayed for each array (or average of arrays, as you choose).
- Dynamically choose which fold-change to show.
- Save the currently displayed list of genes/exons as a Set.
- Expand gene lists to associated exon lists and vice versa.
- Displays the most recent ontological information.
- Shows the behaviour of each of the exons associated with the gene.
- Buttons to ‘break out’ to useful web-sites of your choice (eg, xmap, Harvester, Entrez).
- Search for genes or exons using both behaviour (gene intensity, fold-change) and ontology.
- Even searching for exons that behave one way that are contained within genes that behave another way (and vice versa) is possible.
- Restrict the searches to previously saved sets of exons or genes
Perform just about any number of AND/OR/NOT requests in each query
- Lists and manages your saved sets of interesting genes and exons
- Expand sets of genes to show all the exons associated with those genes. Condense lists of exons to their relevant genes.
- Select sets for viewing and printing.
- Import and Export sets of genes to share with colleagues.
- Select sets for cross-comparison using Venn Diagrams.
- Draw 2- or 3-way Venn Diagrams for selected sets of genes or exons.
- View the list of genes/exons associated with any sector on the diagram.
- More than 3 sets can be compared in customised versions.