FIATAS is used for assay annotation . The annotation tool has been developed with the idea that the editor/annotators are presented with the set of images associated with a single assay to be annotated, and an optimized anatomy ontology so the expert user can rapidly assign annotations to a given image set. Each image in the set can be independently annotated in terms of tissues/structures that show expression and the nature, strength and patterning of that expression. Comments can be added to any annotation as well as a general comment on the whole set.
OsCAS (Oryza sativa Chips Annotation System) is a comprehensive system designed to annotate the results of rice microarray experiments and analysis relationships between genes based on their expression. The aim of the platform is to facilitate the study of differently expressed genes in the microarray experiments within the framework of systems biological research.
URSA (Unveiling RNA Sample Annotation), originally released in 2013, simultaneously estimated the probabilities that a given sample is associated with a particular tissue or cell-type. Individual cell-type models were constructed from more than ten thousand manually curated samples from GEO and then aggregated using Bayesian Correction. This method has been shown effective for both array-based and sequence-based genome-scale experiments.
GFam is a command-line tool for automatic annotation of gene families. GFam offers a framework for complete genome initiatives and model organism resources to build domain-based gene families, derive meaningful functional labels and maintain family annotation across genome releases seamlessly. Our approach achieves a unified system for grouping proteins based on evolutionary and functional relationships.