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All the tools listed on biorag website are freely accessible to all academic and non-profit institutions. New access policy for biorag requires creating your own user account. All users are therefore requested to register once and to login for each session.

Bio Resource for array genes is a free online resource for easy access to collective and integrated information from various public biological resources for human,mouse,rat, fly and c.elegans genes. This database is provided by the Arizona Cancer Center and Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Bioinformatics Core. The resource includes information about the genes that are represented in Unigene clusters. The database is dynamically updated once a week.

This resource provides interactive tools to selectively view, analyze and interpret gene expression patterns against the background of gene and protein functional information. Different query options are provided to mine the biological relationships represented in the underlying database. Search button will take you to the list of query tools available. To know more about this resource, go to the Overview and the Help section.

Citing Biorag : If you have used or are using BioRag for your research please cite or acknowledge this resource in your publications as "BioRag (Bioresource for array genes) at www.biorag.org."
For any comments or questions contact Dr. Ritu Pandey.
BioRag database is maintained by the Bioinformatics group at Arizona Cancer Center. The material presented here is compiled from different public databases.© 2002,2003 University of Arizona. All Rights Reserved.