Monthly Archives: July 2012

New release of Bgee: extra clean transcriptome data

We have released a new version of the database (Bgee Release 11) The highlights are: Affymetrix chips are now filtered before inclusion into Bgee, based on new quality measurements, on the identification of duplicated content, and on the control of … Continue reading

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Not only diseases, evolution too!

In its latest issue, Nature is writing about how the one million gene expression data sets currently publicly available can help researchers understand diseases (Monya Baker, Gene data to hit milestone (2012) Nature 487: pp. 282-283). However, that’s not all … Continue reading

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