Evaluation interest

EVALUATION PACKAGE

One week access to try all our best-in-class tools and databases!

We are proud to offer you 1 week evaluation access to the best-in-class bioinformatics tools and biological databases for just €200 (without VAT) for academic and non-profit organizations*.

The evaluation package provides 1-week online access to the following products:

To activate your evaluation license please send us your request by filling in the following form:

For any questions, please contact us via inquiries@genexplain.com

*Please note that the evaluation license can be granted only once in 3 years and is not due to prolongation under any circumstances. If you will purchase a regular 1-year license for geneXplain’s products within 1 month after the expiry of the evaluation licence, you will receive a €200 (without VAT) discount on your invoice, providing you a full refund of the evaluation license handling fee.

 

What you will get with the evaluation package

 

TRANSFAC 2.0 online access via the geneXplain portal, including the new MATCH Suite tool

This bundle will provide you with the best-in-class tools and knowledge library for gene regulation studies

TRANSFAC® is the database of eukaryotic transcription factors, their genomic binding sites and DNA-binding profiles. Its library of positional weight matrices (PWM library) is a unique collection of DNA-binding models, suitable for a comprehensive analysis of genomic sequences for potential transcription factor binding sites (TFBS).

MATCH Suite is the toolbox of TRANSFAC 2.0, which allows identification of the transcription factors regulating an input gene set. MATCH Suite works with a list of human genes to identify regulation of their promoters applying integrated FMATCH and CMA analyses. A comprehensive report is generated automatically.

HumanPSD™ + TRANSPATH® databases online access via the geneXplain portal

The Human Proteome Survey Database (HumanPSD) provides gene-disease-drug-clinical trial associations. The links between human proteins and diseases reflect their potential use as biomarkers. Disease similarity maps by common biomarkers are included. 

TRANSPATH® is a database of mammalian signal transduction and metabolic pathways.

With TRANSPATH® you can quickly access information about signal transduction and metabolic pathway components and their reactions, predict potential pathways targeting the genes of your interest and build customized regulatory and metabolic networks.

geneXplain® platform with TRANSFAC®, TRANSPATH® and HumanPSD™ databases connected

When connected with the TRANSFAC®, TRANSPATH® and HumanPSD™ databases, the geneXplain® platform provides its users with the ability to run Upstream Analysis – integrated promoter and pathway analysis, which allows you to study the molecular mechanisms of the studied biological processes. In its basis concept, the upstream analysis comprises of two steps:

1)Promoter analysis: search for TFBS and their combinations in promoter regions of DEGs with the use of TRANSFAC®.
2)Network analysis: Search for Master Regulators upstream of TFs identified in the previous step. The master regulator search is based on the TRANSPATH® reactions and pathways.
Genome Enhancer 1 week access with 100 GB project and non-restricted number of analysis runs

Genome Enhancer (GE) is a pipeline for multi-omics data analysis in medical research. GE performs automatized identification of prospective drug targets and treatments based on the Upstream analysis approach. Proven applications of Genome Enhancer include cancerneurodegenerative diseasesinfectious diseasesdiabetes and metabolic diseases. GE is using TRANSFAC®, TRANSPATH® and HumanPSD™ databases for the performed analysis. 

 

Evaluation license activation video guide

 

Got any questions? We will be glad to help. Just send your request to info@genexplain.com and we will come back to you shortly.

Thank you very much for your interest in our tools.

 

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