DANCER (Digital Anatomy Constructor) is a program that can be used to reconstruct anatomical pictures. In general, it fills color into drawn shapes that collectively form a picture that represents the data. The main data source of this program is microarray data, but in situ hybridization-, Northern Blot-, Southern Blot- or any other data can be used. As a result, a picture (for example, a brain section from mouse) is produced where the shapes (for example, brain regions like the hypothalamus) are filled with color that corresponds to the gene expression level.
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Kankainen M and Wong G. (2003)
DANCER: a program for digital anatomical reconstruction of gene expression data.
Nucleic Acids Res, 31, e132.