You can search for species, tissues, genes and enrichment terms. The search results are automatically divided into these categories as well.
If you click on , then all search hits (species, tissues, genes and/or enrichment terms) are listed. The same happens if you press Enter after entering your search term.
After searching, you can see the list of modules that are assiociated with a given search hit, if you expand it, by clicking of the blue arrow at its left. Click on the module ids (=numbers) to get more information on a given module.
If you click on , then all modules that are related to the search hits are listed immediately. They are ordered according to the number of search hits. Again, click on the module number for more about the module.
By default, full words are searched, i.e. if you search for
ion', the enrichment term '
contraction' will not be found.
Parts of words can be search for using the asterisk (joker)
character. This stands for any number of
letters. E.g. '
*ion finds both
transcription' and '
Search terms consisting of multiple words are searched word by word, and all hits are returned that are related to at least one word.
Search is case insensitive.
You can search for species, using their common name (i.e. human), scientific name (Homo sapiens), or code (e.g. hsa).
Similarly, you can search for tissues using their names (i.e. liver), or their code (e.g. lv).