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Where’s My Gene?

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By Nat Goodman

Biologists are forever asking, “Where is my gene?” — by which they mean, “Is my favorite gene expressed in my favorite tissue?” This month, I’m taking a look at several websites that answer this question, or that give you the raw materials to do so yourself.

First off, three websites present Affymetrix data from a series of normal tissues.

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