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000154706 245__ $$aCleanEx: new data extraction and merging tools based on MeSH term annotation
000154706 269__ $$a2009
000154706 260__ $$bOxford University Press$$c2009
000154706 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000154706 520__ $$aThe CleanEx expression database (http://www.cleanex.isb-sib.ch) provides access to public gene expression data via unique gene names as well as via experiments biomedical characteristics. To reach this, a dual annotation of both sequences and experiments has been generated. First, the system links official gene symbols to any kind of sequences used for gene expression measurements (cDNA, Affymetrix, oligonucleotide arrays, SAGE or MPSS tags, Expressed Sequence Tags or other mRNA sequences, etc.). For the biomedical annotation, we re-annotate each experiment from the CleanEx database with the MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) terms, primarily used by NLM (National Library of Medicine) for indexing articles for the MEDLINE/PubMED database. This annotation allows a fast and easy retrieval of expression data with common biological or medical features. The numerical data can then be exported as matrix-like tab-delimited text files. Data can be extracted from either one dataset or from heterogeneous datasets.
000154706 6531_ $$aDatabases
000154706 6531_ $$aGenetic
000154706 6531_ $$aGene Expression Profiling
000154706 6531_ $$aMedical Subject Headings
000154706 700__ $$aPraz, Viviane
000154706 700__ $$0244404$$g113607$$aBucher, Philipp
000154706 773__ $$j37$$tNucleic acids research$$kSuppl 1$$qD880-4
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