GraphWeb

GraphWeb: mining heterogeneous biological networks for gene modules with functional significance. GraphWeb is a public web server for graph-based analysis of biological networks that: analyses directed and undirected, weighted and unweighted heterogeneous networks of genes, proteins and microarray probesets for many eukaryotic genomes; integrates multiple diverse datasets into global networks; incorporates multispecies data using gene orthology mapping; filters nodes and edges based on dataset support, edge weight and node annotation; detects gene modules from networks using a collection of algorithms; interprets discovered modules using Gene Ontology, pathways, and cis-regulatory motifs.

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  1. Reimand, Jüri: Functional analysis of gene lists, networks and regulatory systems (2010)
  2. Reimand, Jüri; Tooming, Laur; Peterson, Hedi; Adler, Priit; Vilo, Jaak: Graphweb: mining heterogeneous biological networks for gene modules with functional significance (2008) ioport