news 2013

December 01 2013


Coordinated by geneXplain, a new collaborative Russian-German project funded by the German BMBF and the Russian FASIE has been launched.

November 01 2013


GeneXplain contributes to a new national research consortium on inhalation toxicity. The kick-off meeting is on Dec 12 in Hannover.

October 15-19 2013

Alexander Kel, CSO of geneXplain, and Olga Kel-Margoulis, Director of Applied Life Science Informatics, are instructors at a GTPB training course in Oeiras, Portugal. Alexander is also co-organizing this year’s PathProt forum at this place.

September 10-13 2013


GeneXplain sponsors and exhibits at the bioinformatic conference with the longest tradition world-wide, the German Conference of Bioinformatics in Göttingen (GCB 2013).

August 08 2013


MatrixCatch, a novel tool for the identification of composite regulatory elements in genomic sequences, published.

July 21-23 2013


GeneXplain exhibits its technology at the world’s largest bioinformatic conference, the ISMB/ECCB 2013 in Berlin.

July 03 2013


Alexander Kel, CSO of geneXplain, lectures on “From systems biology to systems medicine. How modeling can help to design new drugs” at the Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod.

June 10 2013


Release 2.4 of the geneXplain platform!

April 11 2013


GeneXplain’s CEO, Edgar Wingender, talked in the What Is Life seminar of the SciLifeLab, a collaborative center of Stockholm University, Karolinska Institute, the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), and Uppsala University. The title of the lecture was “The regulatory code of the genome: mess or message?”

April 10 2013


Edgar Wingender, CEO of geneXplain, delivered the COMPAS-lecture at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, on the “Construction and analysis of gene regulatory networks”.

February 21 2013


Kick-off meeting to the EU project SysmedIBD in Manchester, UK.

January 23 2013


Kick-off meeting to the EU project RESOLVE in Lille, France.