Demonstration Environment - development

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This data collection encompasses five human gene set collections from the Molecular Signatures Database (MSigDB - v2.5): C1 (positional gene sets corresponding to each human chromosome and each cytogenetic band that has at least one gene), C2 (curated gene sets collected from various sources such as online pathway databases, publications in PubMed, and knowledge of domain experts), C3 (motif gene sets that contain genes that share a cis-regulatory motif that is conserved across the human, mouse, rat, and dog genomes), C4 (computational gene sets defined by mining large collections of cancer-oriented microarray data), and C5 (GO term gene sets are named by GO term and contain genes annotated by that term). Note that the C2 collection includes sets derived from the Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) and Gene Ontology (GO), among others.

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These gene sets were used in the study of Abraham et al (2010).

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