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To give life science scientist the information of biological relationships.

GrabPath is available as Android and iOS. The following frequently asked questions show how to use our app.

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1. In the Search page, select gene
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2. Tap the search box and key in the first few letters of the first gene name. Note that our search box support wild card search, details on how to use wild card search can be found in the end of this FAQ.
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3. Tap the button to input the first gene
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4. Repeat for above steps for the second gene
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1. In the Search page, select gene
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2. Tap the search box and key in the first few letters of the first gene name. Note that our search box support wild card search, details on how to use wild card search can be found in the end of this FAQ.
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3. Tap the button to input the first gene
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4. In the second search, select the GO at the top
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5. Tap the search box and key in the first few letters of the GO term.
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6. Tap the search button
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1. Yes. Tap the option symbol on the Gene
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2. Tap the radio button next to Gene Synonyms to change the search box for searching gene symbol synonyms or aliases
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3. If you want to search one time only, tap the arrow button. You can also save for the future and return to the search page.
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4. As you can see, you can search a gene by the gene description and filter the gene by chromosome … etc.
1. Yes you can. Tap the option symbol on the Go
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2. Tap the radio button next to Go description
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3. If you want to search one time only, tap the arrow button. You can also save for the future and return to the search page.
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1. In the search page, tap the option button
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2. You can find the Options menu
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3. Tap the PREFERENCE option
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4. Tap option button and select HOME to return to the search page.
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We are working on optimize the performance of the server to enable higher maximum number of hops in a path in the future.
wild card character is either % or *, For examples:
1. A* - Means it matches words starting from A and can have anything after that,
ABCB4 But it can't be BAD
2. *A - Means it matches words ending with A like
KDM1A But it can't be PRKAR2B
3. S*B - Means it matches words starting with A and Ending with B like
SPPL2B But it can't be SBCB4
4. *A*B - Means it matches words which contains A and ends with B. It can start with any character
PRKAR2B But it can't be ABCB4
5. *A*B* - Means it contains A and B, it can start with any character and end with any character
NDUFAB1 But it can't be SARM1

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