GS2PATH: A web-based integrated analysis tool for finding functional relationships using gene ontology and biochemical pathway data

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Title
GS2PATH: A web-based integrated analysis tool for finding functional relationships using gene ontology and biochemical pathway data
Author(s)
Jin Ok Yang; C Park; ByungUk Lee; S Kim; Jong Bhak; H G Woo
Bibliographic Citation
Bioinformation, vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 194-196
Publication Year
2007
Abstract
GS2PATH is a Web-based pipeline tool to permit functional enrichment of a given gene set from prior knowledge databases, including gene ontology (GO) database and biological pathway databases. The tool also provides an estimation of gene set enrichment, in GO terms, from the databases of the KEGG and BioCarta pathways, which may allow users to compute and compare functional over-representations. This is especially useful in the perspective of biological pathways such as metabolic, signal transduction, genetic information processing, environmental information processing, cellular process, disease, and drug development. It provides relevant images of biochemical pathways with highlighting of the gene set by customized colors, which can directly assist in the visualization of functional alteration. AVAILABILITY: The GS2PATH system is freely available at http://array.kobic.re.kr:8080/arrayport/gs2path/.
Keyword
gene set enrichment testgene ontologypathwaysintegrated search
ISSN
0973-2063
Publisher
Biomedical Informatics Publishing Group
Type
Article
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