BC Researchers Develop ‘Integrative’ Tool To Streamline Systems Biology Research | GenomeWeb
Cancer researchers faced with an increasing variety of omics data sets must often combine several analysis packages into a complex workflow, a situation that has hindered the promise of systems biology.
 
In an effort to address this challenge, researchers at the British Columbia Cancer Agency Research Centre and the University of British Columbia have developed an “integrative” software tool that allows users to visualize and analyze genome, epigenome, and transcriptomes data with a single interface.

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