Bioinformatics enrichment tools: paths toward the comprehensive functional analysis of large gene lists.

Nucleic Acids Research
Da Wei HuangRichard A Lempicki

Abstract

Functional analysis of large gene lists, derived in most cases from emerging high-throughput genomic, proteomic and bioinformatics scanning approaches, is still a challenging and daunting task. The gene-annotation enrichment analysis is a promising high-throughput strategy that increases the likelihood for investigators to identify biological processes most pertinent to their study. Approximately 68 bioinformatics enrichment tools that are currently available in the community are collected in this survey. Tools are uniquely categorized into three major classes, according to their underlying enrichment algorithms. The comprehensive collections, unique tool classifications and associated questions/issues will provide a more comprehensive and up-to-date view regarding the advantages, pitfalls and recent trends in a simpler tool-class level rather than by a tool-by-tool approach. Thus, the survey will help tool designers/developers and experienced end users understand the underlying algorithms and pertinent details of particular tool categories/tools, enabling them to make the best choices for their particular research interests.

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Methods Mentioned

BETA
Profiler
chip

Software Mentioned

CapMap
GoStat
ermineJ
FACT
GeneMerge
topGO
KOBAS
SEA
GOAlie
PathMAPA

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