GenoWatch -- a disease gene mining browser for association study

What you can do:
Extract up-to-date information about multiple markers and their associated genes.
  • A human gene association study often involves several genomic markers such as single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) or short tandem repeat polymorphisms, and many statistically significant markers may be identified during the study.
  • GenoWatch can efficiently extract up-to-date information about multiple markers and their associated genes in batch mode from many relevant biological databases in real-time.
  • The comprehensive gene information retrieved includes gene ontology, function, pathway, disease, related articles in PubMed and so on.
  • Subsequent SNP functional impact analysis and primer design of a target gene for re-sequencing can also be done in a few clicks.
  • gene mining
  • SNP
  • single nucleotide polymorphism
  • multiple markers
  • gene association
  • genomic markers
  • short tandem repeat
This record last updated: 07-28-2008

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