Affymetrix or Agilent expression experiments produce large amounts of data. We facilitate the analysis of microarray data by generating tables and graphical representations that help understanding relations between experimental conditions. We offer a standardized analysis of microarray data and help to control the quality of the experiments using well established and tested statistical methods and clustering algorithms. A comprehensive up-to-date annotation from publicly available data sources is included, too.
Click on the image to see an example of a comprehensive annotation of microarray data. Currently, the standard output from Affymetrix' GeneChip Operating Software, GCOS, and other software (providing a probeset Id in the first column) is annotated with up-to-date versions of identifiers and is directly linked to the following data sources: Ensembl, Entrez Gene, Unigene, Uniprot, and GeneOntology. We provide to our customers two MS Excel™ files with annotation for the statistically most relevant genes, which replaces the original GCOS annotation.
Click on the image to see an excerpt from the PDF Report: The heat map shows a two-dimensional clustering of the top one hundred genes. Genes that fall into one cluster (vertical axis) have similar behaviors in the experiments. From the clustering of the categories (horizontal axis). Expression intensities are represented by red and green, for high and low intensities, respectively. Black indicates medium intensities.