A while ago, I was doing the pathway analysis of a data set coming from a fat remodeling experiment in mice. This experiment involved a drug candidate known to transform the "regular fat" or white [...]
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iPathwayGuide Analysis Finds Both Overlapping and Species-Specific Endocrine Disrupting Chemical Response Signatures in Sardine and Mackerel
Orthologs in Systems Biology A recent paper by Renaud, et al., (Environmental Pollution, Vol 244, January 2019, pp 926-937) points out the significant hazard posed by endocrine disrupting chemical (EDC) exposure for aquatic organisms. Renaud, [...]
My previous blog ended with an interesting question: has anybody really compared side-by-side gene set analysis methods and pathway analysis methods on the same data sets? Well, the answer is: not yet! The main reason [...]
Once upon a time, the dream of many a life scientist was simply to be able to measure all gene expression changes involved in a comparison of two phenotypes. “If we could only measure all [...]
Several of our customers have asked us this question: "I am not a core facility, nor do I have a huge lab and therefore I do not have a lot of RNA-Seq data. Should I [...]
AdvaitaBio releases a new version of iPathwayGuide, the world’s most advanced RNA-seq and gene expression analysis software
Advaita Bioinformatics is announcing a new release of iPathwayGuide, the world’s most advanced RNA-seq and gene expression analysis software. This release includes unprecedented gene network analysis and literature mining capabilities. The newly added network analysis [...]