DAVID Bioinformatics 6.7
The Database for Annotation, Visualization and Integrated Discovery
Functional Annotation Tool
DAVID Bioinformatics Resources 6.7, NIAID/NIH
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Affymetrix Barley Genome Array
Affymetrix Bsubtilis Genome Array
Affymetrix Mu19KsubA
Affymetrix Mu19KsubB
Affymetrix Mu19KsubC
Arabidopsis ATH1-121501 Genome Array
Arabidopsis Genome Array
Bovine Array
C. elegans Genome Array
Canine Array
Canine_2 Genome Array
Chicken Array
Citrus Genome Array
Cotton Genome Array
Drosophila Genome Array
Drosophila_2 Array
E. coli Genome Antisense Array
E. coli Genome Sense Array
E_coli_2 Array
GeneChip TEST3 Array
HT Human Genome U133 Plus Set
HT Human Genome U133A
HT Human Genome U133B
HT Mouse Genome MG-430A
HT Mouse Genome MG-430B
HT Rat Focus Array
HT Rat Genome 230
Hu35KsubA Array
Hu35KsubB Array
Hu35KsubC Array
Hu35KsubD Array
Human Cancer Biology Array
Human Genome Focus Array
Human Genome U133 Plus 2 Array
Human Genome U133 Plus 2 Perfect Match Peg Array
Human Genome U133A 2 Array
Human Genome U133A Array
Human Genome U133B Array
Human Genome U95A Array
Human Genome U95Av2 Array
Human Genome U95B Array
Human Genome U95C Array
Human Genome U95D Array
Human Genome U95E Array
HumanGeneFL Array
Maize Array
Medicago truncutala Genome Array
Mouse Genome 430 2 Array
Mouse Genome 430 2 Perfect Match Peg Array
Mouse Genome 430A 2 Array
Mouse Genome MOE430A Array
Mouse Genome MOE430B Array
Mu11KsubA Array
Mu11KsubB Array
Murine Genome U74A Array
Murine Genome U74Av2 Array
Murine Genome U74B Array
Murine Genome U74Bv2 Array
Murine Genome U74C Array
Murine Genome U74Cv2 Array
P. aeruginosa Genome Array
Plasmodium Anopheles Array
Poplar Genome Array
Porcine Array
Rat Expression Array 230 2
Rat Genome 230 2 Perfect Match Peg Array
Rat Genome RAE230A Array
Rat Genome RAE230B Array
Rat Genome U34A Array
Rat Genome U34B Array
Rat Genome U34C Array
Rat Neurobiology U34 Array
Rat Tox FX
Rat Toxicology U34 Array
Rhesus Genome Array
Rice Array
S. aureus Array
Soybean Array
Sugar Cane Genome Array
Tomato Array
U133_X3P Array
Vitis_Vinifera Array
wheat Array
X_laevis_2 Array
Xenopus_laevis Array
Xenopus_tropicalis Array
Yeast Genome S98 Array
Yeast_2 Array
Zebrafish Array



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Immune_and_Inflam_9KPanel_R1
MALD_3KPanel_R1
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Mapping10K_Xba142
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ZebrafishExpandedPromoter5
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HumanHT-12_V3_0_R2_11283641_A
HumanRef-8_V2_0_R4_11223162_A
HumanRef-8_V3_0_R1_11282963_A_WGDASL
HumanRef-8_V3_0_R2_11282963_A
HumanWG-6_V2_0_R4_11223189_A
HumanWG-6_V3_0_R2_11282955_A
IBCv2
MouseRef-8_V1_1_R4_11234312_A
MouseRef-8_V2_0_R2_11278551_A
MouseWG-6_V1_1_R4_11234304_A
MouseWG-6_V2_0_R2_11278593_A
RatRef-12_V1_0_R4_11222119_A


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Key Concepts:

The DAVID Gene Concept
DAVID 6.7 is designed around the "DAVID Gene Concept", a graph theory evidence-based method to agglomerate species-specific gene/protein identifiers from a variety of public genomic resources including NCBI, PIR and Uniprot/SwissProt. The DAVID Gene Concept method groups tens of million of identifiers from over 65,000 species into 1.5 million unique protein/gene records. More
 
Term/Gene Co-Occurrence Probability
Ranking functional categories based on co-occurrence with sets of genes in a gene list can rapidly aid in unraveling new biological processes associated with cellular functions and pathways. DAVID 6.7 allows investigators to sort gene categories from dozens of annotation systems. Sorting can be based either the number of genes within each category or by the EASE-score. More
 
Gene Similarity Search
Any given gene is associating with a set of annotation terms. If genes share similar set of those terms, they are most likely involved in similar biological mechanisms. The algorithm tries to group those related genes based on the agreement of sharing similar annotation terms by Kappa statistics. More
 
Term Similarity Search
Typically, a biological process/term is done by a corporation of a set of genes. If two or more biological processes are done by similar set of genes, the processes might be related in the biological network somehow. This search function is to identify the related biological processes/terms by quantitatively measuring the degree of the agreement how terms share the similar participating genes. More
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  Disease Associations

 





 Please cite Nature Protocols 2009; 4(1):44 & Genome Biology 2003; 4(5):P3 within any publication that makes use of any methods inspired by DAVID.
                          

        

                 
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