Latest release of Qlucore software helps researchers reach beyond the current experiment

Omics Explorer 3.0 features new integrated tools which combine measured data with system biology to enable easier, faster and more creative analysis

Qlucore, a world leader in the development of bioinformatics software, has today unveiled Qlucore Omics Explorer 3.0, the latest version of its advanced and easy to use data analysis software. Upgraded functionalities include two new integrated tools that focus on facilitating the analysis of data by comparing how the experiment corresponds to published(public) information and results – a system biology approach. The most important advances in version 3.0 include the new inbuilt Gene Ontology (GO) Browser, and a fast, intuitive Gene Set Enrichment Analysis workbench (GSEA) that will provide a complete set of results for large data sets (132 x 50000) with three mouse clicks, and in less than 30 seconds.

The new GO browser will allow fast and convenient search in any ontology. After finding interesting results the matching genes can be exported to the Variable window and used as a normal variable list. Both GO and GSEA will allow the scientist to easily generate extensive lists of domain specific information. Visualization will become easier as the new functionality will allow scientists to view all elements of a specific list in a dedicated color in all open plots. This aids the scientist in interpreting the combination of their own experiment against publically available information...