In Genome Biology this week, University of Tartu scientists present MEM, or Multi-Experiment Matrix, a web-based tool to search for co-expressed genes across many microarray datasets. Unique features include "automatic detection, characterization and visualization of datasets that includes the strongest co-expression patterns." MEM is available for free.

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