ArrayAid and Biointerpreter are powerful biological annotation and interpretation tools designed
specifically for microarray data. Supported by Information curated from publications, Integrated
Interpretation modules and Customizable searches, the tools enable scientists to get complete value of
the microarray data. Digitized data* ensures rapid and precise search results. Regular updates and
custom curation ensures researchers to be informed with new findings.
Microarray experiments generates expression values of thousands of genes.
The Major bottlenecks to derive biological meaning of the gene expression
measurements are data collection, organization and mining. Biointerpreter
and ArrayAid specifically address this subject and aids quick and efficient
biological analysis and interpretation.
From Statistical significance to Biological significance
Using Biointerpreter you can quickly and confidently uncover the biological
significance of the statistically significant genes from microarray data analysis.
Biointerpreter helps you quickly finds the obvious and the hidden significance
amongst the differentially regulated genes.
Diverse Support of Gene Identifiers
ArrayAid & Biointerpreter supports more than 10 different gene Identifiers from
Genbank, Swissprot, Affymetrix, Agilent, TIGR, NCBI, Unigene etc.
Map your differentials to chromosome or genome and get
to know the significance. This feature will help you to know
the significantly differentially regulated region of the
Annotate your genes for various functions and group them
by categories. This feature is powered by gene ontology
and curated literature information. Find out the significant
functions your list of genes are involved statistically.
Map genes to various pathways obtained from databases,
publications and find out the pathways altered by the
Find out intracellular localization of transcripts and their
translocation capability. You can further find the functional
significance of the genes selected from one or more
You can get the association of the differentially regulated
genes to diseases and reach the source of the association
by a mouse click.
* Patent Pending