December 16, 2021
Join us for geneXplain’s open day devoted to the World Cancer Research Day on September 23rd at 3 PM CEST. Check the event page for further info and registration details.
Don’t miss the chance to attend geneXplain’s contribution to the BioNetVisA workshop at the [BC]2 conference on Monday September 13, 2021.
In his online-talk entitled “Personalized anti-cancer drug treatment choice using RNA-seq and network analysis” Dr. Alexander Kel will present the application of Genome Enhancer to cancer patient data.
TRANSFAC® 2.0 is now out! Check out this great resource for gene regulation studies.
On September 13, 2021, geneXplain will contribute to the BioNetVisA workshop at the [BC]2 conference. Dr. Alexander Kel will give an online-talk entitled “Personalized anti-cancer drug treatment choice using RNA-seq and network analysis”. He will present the application of Genome Enhancer to cancer patient data.
Have a look at a new publication reporting the application of MATCH™ and TRANSFAC® to predict allelic differences associated with resilience to small ruminant lentivirus (SRLV) in sheep. The full text can be found here.
The 2021.2 release of BRENDA is available! Check out this important resource.
Check out a recent publication applying TRANSFAC®, TRANSPATH® and geneXplain platform for studying of mechanisms by which MyD88/TLR signaling enhances clearance of Borrelia burgdorferi by macrophages. Link to full text.
Join us for a free webseminar “A computationally aided strategy to recover gene activity profiles from post-mortem HIV+ brain specimens” on May 19th at 6 PM CEST. To receive the webseminar joining link, please register here.
Our new publication ‘Explaining decisions of graph convolutional neural networks: patient-specific molecular subnetworks responsible for metastasis prediction in breast cancer’, which was released in the scope of the MyPathSem project, is now out! Full text can be found here.
TRANSFAC 2.0 to be released in summer 2021!
Explore the syntax and semantics of gene regulation with this next generation tool.
You will find more details here.
Hardware upgrade of our geneXplain platform has been completed.
We have increased the performance of our system to 60 cores and over 170 GB of RAM !