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fuellen 10-19-2018 02:11 AM

Best way to obtain a keyword-guided overview of gene expression for a small gene set?
 
Hello,
I'm looking for a tool (best if it's easy to use over the web), where I
can provide a small set of genes (e.g. 10 HUGO gene names) and a keyword as input,
and the output is a table of expression values of these genes for as many
publicly available gene expression datasets as possible that are matching
the keyword. For example, the keyword may be "replicative senescence".

I assume that not enough gene expression datasets are formally annotated
by keywords, e.g. by using an experimental factor ontology, but maybe
there is a resource which does that, but I'm not aware of it.
It would be nice (but it's not a major thing) if microarray and RNA-Seq
data can be separated; in the end I would want to inspect the details
of the source gene expression datasets in a manual way anyway.
Thanks for any hints
georg


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