“Visual Microscope for Massive Genomics Datasets, Expanded Perception and Interaction” by Branchaud, Muskovic, Kavallaris, Filonik and Bednarz

  • ©Dominic Branchaud, Walter Muskovic, Maria Kavallaris, Daniel Filonik, and Tomasz Bednarz

  • ©Dominic Branchaud, Walter Muskovic, Maria Kavallaris, Daniel Filonik, and Tomasz Bednarz

  • ©Dominic Branchaud, Walter Muskovic, Maria Kavallaris, Daniel Filonik, and Tomasz Bednarz

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    Visual Microscope for Massive Genomics Datasets, Expanded Perception and Interaction

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    An innovative fully interactive and ultra-high resolution navigation tool has been developed to browse and analyze gene expression levels from human cancer cells, acting as a visual microscope on data. The tool uses high-performance visualization and computer graphics technology to enable genome scientists to observe the evolution of regulatory elements across time and gain valuable insights from their dataset as never before.

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    • Heidi Chial. 2008. DNA sequencing technologies key to the Human Genome Project. Nature Education 1 (2008), 219. 
    • Stanford-University. 2018. ENCODE: Encyclopedia of DNA Elements. www. encodeproject.org 
    • Helga Thorvaldsdottir, James T. Robinson, and Jill P. Mesirov. 2013. Integrative Genomics Viewer (IGV): high-performance genomics data visualization and exploration. Briefings in Bioinformatics 14 (2013), 178–192.

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