The development of malaria.tools was driven by the vision to allow biologists working on malaria to tap into the vast amount of publicly available transcriptomic data. Hence, the CoNekt database framework was chosen to host this platform as it allows users to interact and perform various analysis on the data without prior experience in programming, which is often required to process and analyse raw transcriptomic data.
If you have used this database in your work, please cite the following article: Malaria.tools-comparative genomic and transcriptomic database for Plasmodium species
, Q.W. Tan, M. Mutwil, Nucleic Acid Research
(2020) Related publications
- CoNekT: an open-source framework for comparative genomic and transcriptomic network analyses, S. Proost, M. Mutwil, Nucleic Acid Research (2018)