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KEA Tutorial

The enrichment analysis feature of KEA is no longer supported. Please use Enrichr. The KEA database is under the Pathways category in Enrichr. You can also try KEA2. Thank you.
A paper describing the KEA software and database was published: Alexander Lachmann and Avi Ma'ayan. KEA: Kinase Enrichment Analysis. Bioinformatics 25:684-6 (2009) PMID: 19176546.
Please use this citation when referring to the program.
| Ma'ayan Laboratory | Systems Biology Center New York | Mount Sinai School of Medicine |
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