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From genes to function

We can provide a path from genes to function by delivering extensive functional annotation, prioritizing new markers and developing testable hypotheses for future experiments.

Results need to go beyond a mere list of markers, correlated genes or significant genomic regions — it is about the underlying biology, function and how genes work together. We test for this functional information using different gene set enrichment approaches (using Gene Ontology, pathway databases as well as curated and generic gene sets), provide context by integrating your data with public resources such as GEO and ArrayExpress, and explore the biological interaction space in co-expression and high-throughput interaction data sets using network analysis techniques.

We will provide you with your original gene or marker list, rep-prioritized based on biologically relevant information, inform you about similarity to existing studies and suggest new candidate genes based on their relationships to identified biological entities.