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Tutorial Details: PathwayAssist for Microarray Gene Lists Interpretations

Date: Friday, June 11, 2004, 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Location: 402 Walter
Instructor(s): Wayne Xu, MSI

In today's post-genome era, scientists are trying to understand the millions of interrelations between proteins, small molecules, and phenotypes. BioPathway's analysis tools, in conjunction with biological knowledge databases, provide a powerful computational solution to this problem.

PathwayAssist is a piece of commercial pathway analysis software. It can help analyze the biological association networks of a given gene list. The database built-in with this system can be enriched by importing Public pathway databases or extracting text facts from pubmed.

This tutorial will demonstrate the functionalities of this software.

Prerequisites: Basic Knowledge of Biology and Genomics