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Genevestigator is one of the largest pre-analyzed gene expression databases in the world with over 250,000 microarray and RNA-seq datasets. With the focus on biomedical and plant biology, this manually curated database employs sophisticated tools for data search, visualization, and analysis.
Functional genomics: Use Meta-Profile Analysis to compare independent microarray experiments and explore expression patterns of user gene(s) under specific biological conditions
Biomarker discovery and validation: Identify genes specifically expressed in given test conditions vs. user-specified control conditions
Find truly-unbiased reference genes for qPCR: Ad hoc search of the most stably expressed genes in user-specified conditions
Gene modules and network analysis: Use Bi-clustering Analysis to identify co-expressed genes under various experimental conditions
Biomedical content: Covering 9 model organisms with data for over 500 diseases from 18 major therapeutic areas
Plant biology content: Covering 11 model organisms as the No. 1 gene expression tool in the field
Normalized data: Allowing meta-analysis of independent datasets
Manually curated ontology: Data is manually curated for anatomy, development, conditions, genotypes, and neoplasm status. Stringent Q/C applied.
Access Genevestigator @ USC
USC has licensed Genevestigator, bringing USC faculty, students and staff free and unlimited access. To obtain your Genevestigator account: