Figure 3.

Linking MAPPFinder to GenMAPP. (a) The MAPPFinder browser displaying the 12.5-day embryo increased results for the GO process term 'glycolysis'. Color-coding of GO terms is the same as in Figure 2. (b) Clicking on the GO term glycolysis in the MAPPFinder browser builds the corresponding GenMAPP MAPP file. This MAPP file contains a list of genes associated with this term and all of its children. (c) Genes in the GO list were rearranged with the tools in GenMAPP to depict the glycolysis pathway with the metabolic intermediates and cellular compartments. Color-coding of genes for (b) and (c) is as follows: Red, fold change >1.2 and p < 0.05 in the 12.5-day embryo versus adult mice. Blue, fold change < -1.2 and p < 0.05. Gray, neither of the above criteria met. White, gene not found on the array.

Doniger et al. Genome Biology 2003 4:R7   doi:10.1186/gb-2003-4-1-r7