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Species:
Group:
Type:
Data Set:

    Databases marked with ** suffix are not public yet.
    Access requires user login.

Get Any:

    Enter terms, genes, ID numbers in the Get Any field.
    Use * or ? wildcards (Cyp*a?, synap*).
    Use Combined for terms such as tyrosine kinase.

Combined:
         

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  Quick HELP Examples and User's Guide

  You can also use advanced commands. Copy these simple examples
  into the Get Any or Combined search fields:
  • POSITION=(chr1 25 30) finds genes, markers, or transcripts on chromosome 1 between 25 and 30 Mb.
  • MEAN=(15 16) LRS=(23 46) in the Combined field finds highly expressed genes (15 to 16 log2 units) AND with peak LRS linkage between 23 and 46.
  • RIF=mitochondrial searches RNA databases for GeneRIF links.
  • WIKI=nicotine searches GeneWiki for genes that you or other users have annotated with the word nicotine.
  • GO:0045202 searches for synapse-associated genes listed in the Gene Ontology.
  • NAME=(watson jd) searches for all genes associated in PubMed with the author J D Watson.
  • GO:0045202 LRS=(9 99 Chr4 122 155) cisLRS=(9 999 10)
    in Combined finds synapse-associated genes with cis eQTL on Chr 4 from 122 and 155 Mb with LRS scores between 9 and 999.
  • RIF=diabetes LRS=(9 999 Chr2 100 105) transLRS=(9 999 10)
    in Combined finds diabetes-associated transcripts with peak trans eQTLs on Chr 2 between 100 and 105 Mb with LRS scores between 9 and 999.

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Getting Started   

  1. Select Species (or select All)
  2. Select Group (a specific sample)
  3. Select Type of data:
    • Phenotype (traits)
    • Genotype (markers)
    • Expression (mRNAs)
  4. Select a Database
  5. Enter search terms in the Get Any or Combined field: words, genes, ID numbers, probes, advanced search commands
  6. Click on the Search button
  7. Optional: Use the Make Default button to save your preferences

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How to Use GeneNetwork

Take a 20-40 minute GeneNetwork Tour that includes screen shots and typical steps in the analysis.

For information about resources and methods, select the INFO buttons.

Try the Workstation site to explore data and features that are being implemented.

Review the Conditions and Contacts pages for information on the status of data sets and advice on their use and citation.

Mirror and Development Sites

History and Archive

GeneNetwork's Time Machine links to earlier versions that correspond to specific publication dates.

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