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The promise of growing our ideas by exploiting open biological data is exciting - but keeping sight of the biological context is critical

There is a great deal of biological data available in public databases, and Applied Exomics can help you make the best use of that resource for your own research. Most important is to be able to bring this data together in a way that adds value and biological context so that you can use it to make meaningful decisions.

Applied Exomics has developed a data integration platform for exploring biological systems through annotated visualisation of protein interactions - in a tissue-specific context based on expression data. The Waever platform is free to use (try it by clicking here or the logo below) but forms the basis of how Applied Exomics could work with you and your data to build bespoke, in-house, integrated data exploration tools.