[BiO BB] Guidance Intended
Gaj Stan (BIGCAT)
Stan.Gaj at BIGCAT.unimaas.nl
Sun Nov 12 17:51:33 EST 2006
Usually Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO - http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/) is a good place to start your search. This repository holds gene expression data for multiple microarray platforms and for multiple organisms as well.
On a more personal note, I noticed that the raw data (numerical data you get after you scan your microarray plate) is for most arrays not available (although it ought to be!). So usually you'll stumble across genelists with only one column of numerical data, containing corrected (normalized) data. Be aware of this.
Happy gene hunting!
From: bio_bulletin_board-bounces+stan.gaj=bigcat.unimaas.nl at bioinformatics.org on behalf of T Joshi
Sent: Sun 12/11/2006 15:42
To: bbb at bioinformatics.org; bio_bulletin_board at bioinformatics.org
Subject: [BiO BB] Guidance Intended
I am a student and a beginner in Bioinformatics field. I want to do a
project wherein I can find gene expressions for specific protein (or protein
function) from the microarray data of various organisms.
The problem is where I can find the microarray data of Yeast and other
Please guide me.
thanks in advance.
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