Category Archives: microarray

10 million calls of differential gene expression for 11 species, from #RNAseq and #microarray

Continuing to roll out Bgee release 13 (see first installment), we now provide pre-computed files of differential gene expression. As for present / absent calls, files are organized per species, and come in “simple” and “complete” versions. A test of … Continue reading

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Wait! That’s actually the same data…

Imagine you have a list of genes and you would like to know if these genes are expressed, let’s say, in human blood. But you’re not going to do the experiment yourself. You’re either a bioinformatician who doesn’t do wet … Continue reading

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