PathOlogist: An Open Source Tool For a Pathway-Centric View of Data | GenomeWeb
PathOlogist is a new quantitative pathway analysis tool being developed at the National Cancer Institute to allow researchers to enter data of various types, for example gene expression analysis data, and then automatically determine to which pathways a given gene set may belong. Once complete, scientists will be able to associate clinical data with pathway behavior or to isolate pathways or parts of pathways that might be implicated in disease.
 

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