geneXplain

Upstream analysis


Discover unanticipated causal relationships in your data with our unique upstream analysis.

The geneXplain platform


A versatile online toolbox for bioinformatics, systems biology and cheminformatics

TRANSFAC


The Gold Standard: more than 6500 positional weight matrices, and more than 30 million sites from high-throughput approaches!

Cheminformatics


Predict activity spectra of substances, and exploredrug-drug interactions and relationships between biological activities with PASS, GUSAR and PharmaExpert.

Bioinformatics

Integrated promoter and pathway (“upstream”) analysis lies at the core of our approach to analyzing changes in gene or protein signatures in a cell as a consequence, for example, of disease pathogenesis. To reveal the full power of the platform and the upstream analysis, we recommend to apply it together with the databases TRANSFAC® and TRANSPATH®.

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The geneXplain platform is designed to ease the life of the bioinformatics expert who is in charge to evaluate experimental high-throughput data, but also effectively supports the experimental researcher to interpret his/her valuable data with an intuitive user interface. You are cordially invited to learn more about the geneXplain platform.

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The gold standard in the field of transcriptional regulation. This database comprises a unique collection of information about transcription factors (TFs), their genomic binding sites and binding site models (positional weight matrices), suitable for search for new TF binding sites. Learn more about the TRANSFAC database.

Systems biology

It is our wish to contribute to state of the art systems biological research by offering a comprehensive view of molecular and genetic networks operating in and constituting human cells.
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In addition to the TRANSPATH database (see above), we make available the world’s largest collection of interactions and pathways, the GeneWays database, through our geneXplain platform.
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The Human Proteome Survey Database (HumanPSD) is a rich compendium of human, mouse and rat proteins, their disease associations, biomarker properties and drug associations.

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The most comprehensive information repository on enzymes and enzyme ligand data. BRENDA is an indispensable resource when working with metabolic networks.

Cheminformatics

As soon as a potential target has been identified, for instance with our proprietary upstream analysis approach, the next question will be about drugs that may bind to that target. To adress this and related problems, we incorporated several stand-alone cheminformatics tools in our product range.


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Based on the world’s largest data collections pertaining to the biological activities of chemical compounds and their structures, PASS and PharmaExpert enable users to identify potential lead structures out of millions of chemical substances, thereby efficiently shortening development times for specific drugs or molecular probes for research purposes.


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PharmaExpert analyzes the relationships between biological activities, drug-drug interactions and multiple targeting of chemical compounds and selects compounds that have a pre-defined biological activity. It helps answer a question like “How to select the most promising compounds among those known to interact with the selected protein?


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Particularly valuable for experts is the program GUSAR, which enables construction of highly specific models based on own data sets.

News

Find history in our archive.

May 6, 2019

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GeneXplain announces:

TRANSFAC® 2019.2
TRANSPATH® 2019.2
HumanPSDTM 2019.2

April 18, 2019

GeneXplain’s concept of walking pathways developed by our CSO Alexander Kel lead to the identification of validated blood biomarkers for early detection of colorectal cancer (CRC).
Walking pathways with positive feedback loops reveal DNA methylation biomarkers of colorectal cancer.
Read the full paper here.

March 11-13, 2019

GeneXplain will be represented at the 26th Molecular Medicine Conference (San Francisco, California), TRI-CON. We look forward to seeing you at the conference booth 333.

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March 6-9, 2019

GeneXplain participated in the kick-off meeting of PD-MitoQUANT in Dublin at RCSI.

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Webpage PD-MitoQUANT

February 25-27, 2019

Meet geneXplain at the BioTech Industry & Analytics exhibition in Moscow, Russia. Our representatives will be waiting for you at booth number A41.
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