Release 2.2 is now out!
Welcome to the new era of Precision Medicine
Meet Genome Enhancer – a fully automated pipeline for patient omics data analysis, which identifies prospective drug targets and corresponding treatments by reconstructing the molecular mechanism of the studied pathology. Proven applications of Genome Enhancer include cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, infectious diseases, diabetes and metabolic diseases.
Starting from release 2.0 Genome Enhancer is also available as Genome Enhancer Expert solution – a powerful synergism between the automatic pipeline for multi-omics data processing of Genome Enhancer and the comprehensive bioinformatics toolbox of the geneXplain® platform. More details about Genome Enhancer Expert solution are available here.
In the first step of this analysis the transcription factors that regulate differentially expressed or mutated genes are identified with the use of the TRANSFAC® database of transcription factors binding sites.
The second step searches for common master-regulators of the identified transcription factors by building a personalized signal transduction network of the studied pathology using the TRANSPATH® database of mammalian signal transduction and metabolic pathways. The identified
master regulators are prospective drug target candidates. They are used for further selection of chemical compounds that can bring therapeutic benefit for the studied clinical case. In this step the HumanPSD™ database is employed to identify drugs that have been tested in clinical trials. The cheminformatic tool PASS predicts small molecules that can affect the identified targets.
Finally, Genome Enhancer generates a comprehensive analysis report about the personalized drug targets identified for a certain patient, or a group of patients, and the drugs that may be effective in this case. You can view a number of Genome Enhancer demo reports at the corresponding section of this page.
A detailed description of Genome Enhancer analysis schema can be found on this page.
You are welcome to activate a free trial or purchase a paid subscription for Genome Enhancer at the geneXplain store.