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Bioinformatics platform specializing in epigenomics, transcriptomics, and cancer genomics


Galaxy@SLU is located in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA. It is a publicly accessible server based on Galaxy, one of the most popular open source platforms for bioinformatics data analysis, running Python. Galaxy's graphical user interface has made it very attractive among scientists worldwide. As a Galaxy platform, Galaxy@SLU aims to provide standard and custom bioinformatics tools with a particular focus on ChIP-Seq, RNA-Seq, single-cell RNA-Seq, gene expression and cancer genomics.



Provide analysis tools for peak calling (MACS), motif discovery (Homer), genomic mapping (BWA, STAR, Samtools), and genome browser visualization.


Provide tools for transcriptomic analysis (Cufflinks, HTSeq, TopHat) and differential gene expression (edgeR, DESeq).


Provide tools for single-cell RNA-Seq analysis (Seurat).