Pathway Informatics: Home
This workshop introduces a variety of pathway informatics tools. First we will learn how to mine a list of differentially expressed genes associated with a disease of interest by searching the Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) using NextBio and GEO2R. Then we will focus on uncovering the biology hidden behind the extracted gene list by searching protein-protein interaction and literature curated gene/protein knowledge bases using pathway informatics software, including Ingenuity IPA, Metacore, Reactome and NIH DAVID .
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