TOOLKIT: GoMiner Tackles Genomics Big Question by Adding Function to Data | GenomeWeb

John Weinstein's microarray group at the National Cancer Institute, he recounted, was faced with a very big question: "Now that I've done the experimental work, and I've done the statistical work, and I have my list of changed genes, what the hell does that list mean biologically?" In the hope of getting at least a bit closer to the answer, a team of developers from NCI, Georgia Tech, Emory University, and SRA International developed a software tool called GoMiner that organizes genes according to biological function using the Gene Ontology.

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