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Genevestigator is a web-based application developed for biologists to rapidly find out in which tissues, at which stages of development, and to what stimuli, drug treatments, diseases, or genetic modifications genes of given organisms are activated. Results are processed from a large database of manually curated and quality-controlled Affymetrix microarrays hybridized with RNA samples extracted from a large variety of tissues and conditions. Currently, data is available for human,, mouse, rat, arabidopsis, and barley.
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Genevestigator was started in January 2004 by scientists from ETH Zurich. The analysis tool can be accessed at the Genevestigator website.
Genevestigator - A tool for biologists
Genevestigator is currently serving a community of 10'000 registered users (mostly biologists) from the animal and plant research fields. Its tools have been used in
As of September 2007, its original articles have been cited more than 400 times (ISI Thomson) by researchers using the tools.
The concept of meta-profiles has been used in Genevestigator to characterize expression across anatomy, development, stimuli (drug treatments, diseases, stimuli) and mutations.
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