[Bio-software] GenMAPP 2.0 Update: microarray pathway analysis now available for several new species

genmapp at gladstone.ucsf.edu genmapp at gladstone.ucsf.edu
Thu Aug 11 17:03:12 EST 2005

GenMAPP is a free computer application designed to visualize gene
expression and other genomic data on maps representing biological
pathways and groupings of genes. Integrated with GenMAPP are programs
to perform a global analysis of gene expression or genomic data in the
context of pathway MAPPs and thousands of Gene Ontology Terms
(MAPPFinder), import lists of genes/proteins to build new MAPPs
(MAPPBuilder), and export archives of MAPPs and expression/genomic data
to the web.

For more information, please see our website: www.GenMAPP.org

GenMAPP News:

GenMAPP is now available for dog. A Gene Database and MAPP Archives for
C.familiaris are available for download via GenMAPP, under
Data>Download Data from GenMAPP.org.

Updated Gene Databases for all supported species are now available for
download. These new databases are based on Ensembl gene IDs (when
applicable), and include several new gene ID and annotation systems,
including Ensembl, EMBL, Pfam, OMIM, HUGO and PDB. The currently
supported species are human, mouse, rat, dog, yeast, worm, fruit fly
and zebrafish.

Several additional species databases are also available on request,
including mosquito (A.gambiae), honey bee (A.mellifera), fugu
(F.rubripes), chicken (G.gallus), chimpanzee (P.troglodytes) and
pufferfish (T.nigroviridis). GenMAPP.org can readily build Gene
Databases for additional species based on Ensembl genome assemblies
(see current list at http://www.ensembl.org/index.html). For additional
species, users can create their own custom databases using our supplied
manuals (http://www.genmapp.org/tutorials.html).

A discussion group for GenMAPP users is now available at Google groups.
The group is intended as an open forum for discussing GenMAPP, asking
questions, reporting bugs and suggesting new features.

GenMAPP Development Team
Bioinformatics Research Associate/Conklin Lab
Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease/UCSF
www.GenMAPP.org    www.ConklinLab.org

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