As a key component of the BaseSpace Suite, BaseSpace Correlation Engine extends your research by integrating your data with the world’s genomic knowledgebase. This interactive data analysis environment helps you validate results and test new hypotheses. Use it to compare molecular profiles from your own experiments with results from a large, curated repository of open-access and controlled-access public data sets.
Analyze gene function across genomic studies in major disease areas and across many kinds of molecular data. Use this information to understand gene activity across studies in humans, model organisms, and cell lines.
Analyze candidate molecules for pharmacokinetic and toxicity profiles and compare disease profiles across animal models, cohorts, and disease stages.
Optimize experimental systems and test the mechanisms of disease progression or drug response using a cross-species analysis framework. Compare human data to experimental results from model organisms to derive biological context.
UCB bioinformatics researchers are using BaseSpace Correlation Engine to find information on gene function and pathways to support target assessment activities.Read More