Monthly Archives: October 2012

Pathway Analysis using the Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (GSEA) Tool

Gene Set Enrichment Analysis is one of many approaches to the analysis of gene expression profile data and is described in a paper from workers at the Broad Institute. The basic concept was prompted by the observation that studying individual genes showing the most significant difference in expression level between two states or phenotypes is lacking [...]

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Joys of editing academic science books

Or: “A beginner’s guide to herding cats”. Consider this scenario: you are an academic scientist, in a busy research institute and your boss is invited to edit a book, but declines due to pressure of work; then suggests that it would look good on your CV. You agree, it would look good on your CV, so [...]

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