GeneList makes it easy to navigate research resources for each gene in a list

Please Review the Terms of Use before using GeneList.

You can search GeneList using the 'Input' search panel. You can search by HGNC gene symbols (eg. CCNE1), Gene Ontology terms (eg. GO:2000082), and genomic coordinates (eg. chr1:100000-5000000). Searching by Gene Ontology term returns all genes annotated with the term. Searching by genomic coordinates returns all the protein coding genes withing the given range based on the Hg38 genome assembly coordinates. You can get a list of 10 random genes by clicking the 'Random' button in the header of the 'Input' panel. Clicking the 'Update' button returns your search results. No information on your searches is saved by GeneList.

You can also add a search term to be included in the PubMed and Google search results (eg. by entering 'TP53' in the 'Input' panel and 'Cancer' in the 'Search Term' panel, the PubMed link will link you to the PubMed search results for 'TP53 Cancer').

An R package is available to export lists of genes from R to

You can query and link to GeneList through the url.

Once the search results are returned, you are provided with a list of the genes with links to resources. Each gene panel can be expanded, by clicking the button on the far right of the gene panel (), to show additional links to all the resources shown above.

By clicking the triangle in the top right of the search results panel header (), you can download the list of genes including the HNGC gene symbol, Entrez Gene ID, Ensembl Gene ID, and Uniprot ID, and export the gene list to g:Profiler, Reactome, Gene Mania, and Complex Portal.

The Gene IDs were retrieved from Ensembl BioMart.

Backgrounds were downloaded from Toptal.
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