Each hexagon in this shifting honeycomb represents a gene. A computer program called GATE makes these movies by reading the data from an experiment and grouping genes that turn on (red) and off (green) at similar times.

// Affectionately referred to as the “minidisc of genomic expression tools”

GATE: Grid Analysis of Time-Series Expression [link]

Credit: Ma’ayan Laboratory, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

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