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PubMatrix is a simple way to rapidly and systematically compare any list of terms against any other list of terms in PubMed. It reports back the frequency of co-occurrence between all pairwise comparisons between the two lists as a matrix table. Lists of terms can be anything; gene names, diseases, gene functions, authors... pretty much anything. The user can then quickly sort or browse the frequency matrix table to do individual searches independently.

This allows the user to build up tables of word relationships in PubMed in the context of your experiments or your scientific interests. This is useful for analyzing combinatorial datasets, as found with multiplex experimental systems, such as cDNA microarrays, genomic, proteomic, or other multiplex comparisons. The PubMatrix database is an archive of previous searches on many topics.

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