GenMAPP (Gene Map Annotator and Pathway Profiler) is a free stand-alone computer program, designed and developed in the Conklin lab group at the J David Gladstone Institute, at the University of California, San Francisco. It assists in viewing and analyzing microarray, proteomics and other genome-scale data in terms of particular biological pathways. This facilitates fast, easy and systematic presentation and analysis of high-throughput expression data. In this work we have prepared a GenMAPP Gene Database (a species-specific library of gene information) for Saccharomyces pombe or fission yeast in collaboration with the GenMAPP team. In addition the pathway MAPPs for S.pombe have been inferred from existing pathways for S. cerevisiae using homology information. The MAPPs can be used for MAPPFinder analysis, which also integrates the annotations of the Gene Ontology project to create a global gene expression profile.

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