Expression Atlas

Other names: Gene Expression Atlas, gene_expression_atlas

The Expression Atlas is a free resource providing information on gene expression patterns under different biological conditions in a variety of species. Gene expression data is re-analysed in-house to detect genes showing interesting baseline and differential expression patterns, allowing a user to ask questions such as "what are the genes expressed in normal human liver" and "what genes are differentially expressed between water-stressed rice plants and controls with normal watering?" The resource features proteomics data sets provided by collaborators for corroboration between gene- and protein-level expression results. The latest component, Single Cell Expression Atlas, systematically reanalyses and visualises single cell RNA-sequencing datasets and helps answer questions such as what cell population a gene can act as a marker gene.


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