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This recipe provides an outline of one method to identify known biological functions for genes that are differentially expressed between two conditions or phenotypes, using microarray data. Given a set of differentially expressed genes, the goal is to infer which biological functions (for example, Gene Ontology biological processes) are overrepresented in the set of reference genes found to be differentially expressed.Click here to read the full recipe.
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