Welcome to amazonia!
Amazonia! is a free web atlas that allows an easy query of public human transcriptome data by keyword in thematic pages and with list annotations. ( read more ... )
Amazonia! is a free web interface that allows an easy query of public human transcriptome data by keyword in thematic pages and with list annotations.
Paradoxically, the tremendous downpour of microarray results prevents a simple use of expression data. Therefore, we propose a thematic entry to public transcriptomes: you may for instance query a gene on a "Stem Cells page", where you will see the expression of your favorite gene across selected microarray experiments related to stem cell biology. This selection of samples can be customized at will among the 6626 samples currently present in the database.
Every transcriptome study results in the identification of lists of genes relevant to a given biological condition. In order to include this valuable information in any new query in the Amazonia! database, we indicate for each gene in which lists it is included. This is a straightforward and efficient way to synthesize hundreds of microarray publications.
A special feature of Amazonia! is the field of human stem cells, notably embryonic stem cells. You can directly access the thematic page "Stem Cells" by clicking here.
How to cite Amazonia! :
Amazonia!: An Online Resource to Google and Visualize Public Human whole Genome Expression Data.
Tanguy Le Carrour, Said Assou, Sylvie Tondeur, Ludovic Lhermitte, Ned Lamb, Thierry Reme, Veronique Pantesco, Samir Hamamah, Bernard Klein, John De Vos.
The Open Bioinformatics Journal, 2010, 4 : 5-10
Selected publications using the Amazonia! atlas:
Assou et al. BMC Genomics. 2009 Jan 8;10:10
Jourdan et al. Blood. 2009 Dec 10;114(25):5173-81
Assou et al. Stem Cells. 2007 Apr;25(4):961-73
De Vos et al. Immunol Rev. 2006 Apr;210:86-104
We also developped a tool to visualize the exon expression profile generated by Exon ST 1.0 (Affymetrix©) microarrays that can be accessed here :
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