DAVID -- A Database for Annotation, Visualization and Integrated Discovery

What you can do:
Conduct comprehensive gene annotation, expression data analysis, biological pathway mapping, and other functional genomics tasks.
Highlights:
  • All tools in the DAVID Bioinformatics Resources aim to provide functional interpretation of large lists of genes derived from genomic studies.
  • The updated DAVID Bioinformatics Resources consists of the DAVID Knowledgebase and five integrated, web-based functional annotation tool suites: the DAVID Gene Functional Classification Tool, the DAVID Functional Annotation Tool, the DAVID Gene ID Conversion Tool, the DAVID Gene Name Viewer and the DAVID NIAID Pathogen Genome Browser.
  • The expanded DAVID Knowledgebase now integrates almost all major and well-known public bioinformatics resources centralized by the DAVID Gene Concept, a single-linkage method to agglomerate tens of millions of diverse gene/protein identifiers and annotation terms from a variety of public bioinformatics databases.
  • For any uploaded gene list, the DAVID Resources now provides not only the typical gene-term enrichment analysis, but also new tools and functions that allow users to condense large gene lists into gene functional groups, convert between gene/protein identifiers, visualize many-genes-to-many-terms relationships, cluster redundant and heterogeneous terms into groups, search for interesting and related genes or terms, dynamically view genes from their lists on bio-pathways and more.
Keywords:
  • gene annotation
  • genome annotation
  • functional annotation
  • gene expression data analysis
  • biological pathway analysis
  • metabolic pathway
  • signal transduction pathway
  • gene-disease association analysis
  • Gene ID conversion tool
  • protein-protein interaction
  • gene functional classification tool
  • gene expression profiling
  • microarray data analysis
  • protein domains
This record last updated: 05-27-2008

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