PhenoLink - a web-tool for linking ph...

PhenoLink - a web-tool for linking phenotype to ~omics data for...

There are 2 comments on the CiteULike story from Oct 4, 2012, titled PhenoLink - a web-tool for linking phenotype to ~omics data for.... In it, CiteULike reports that:

PhenoLink - a web-tool for linking phenotype to ~omics data for bacteria: application to gene-trait matching for Lactobacillus plantarum strains BACKGROUND:Linking phenotypes to high-throughput molecular biology information generated by ~omics technologies allows revealing cellular mechanisms underlying an organism's phenotype.

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andrew j langham

London, UK

#1 Oct 9, 2012
PhenoLink is an easily accessible web-tool to facilitate identifying relations from large and often noisy phenotype and ~omics datasets. Visualization of links to phenotypes offered in PhenoLink allows prioritizing links, finding relations between features, finding relations between phenotypes, and identifying outliers in phenotype data. PhenoLink can be used to uncover phenotype links to a multitude of ~omics data, e.g., gene presence/absence (determined by e.g.: CGH or next-generation sequencing), gene expression (determined by e.g.: micro-arrays or RNA-seq), or metabolite abundance (determined by e.g.: GC-MS) is good HIV research tool
andrew j langham

London, UK

#2 Oct 9, 2012
Omics informally refers to a field of study in biology ending in -omics, such as genomics, proteomics or metabolomics. The related suffix -ome is used to address the objects of study of such fields, such as the genome, proteome or metabolome respectively.

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