Gene Ontology enRIchment anaLysis and visuaLizAtion tool
GOrilla is a tool for identifying and visualizing enriched GO terms in ranked lists of genes.
It can be run in one of two modes:
- Searching for enriched GO terms that appear densely at the top of a ranked list of genes or
- Searching for enriched GO terms in a target list of genes compared to a background list of genes.
For further details see References
Running example Usage instructions GOrilla News(Updated Feb 7th 2010) References
If you choose to use this application please cite:
- Eran Eden*, Roy Navon*, Israel Steinfeld, Doron Lipson and Zohar Yakhini. "GOrilla: A Tool For Discovery And Visualization of Enriched GO Terms in Ranked Gene Lists", BMC Bioinformatics 2009, 10:48.
- Eran Eden, Doron Lipson, Sivan Yogev, Zohar Yakhini. "Discovering Motifs in Ranked Lists of DNA sequences", PLoS Computational Biology, 3(3):e39, 2007.
Graphics are generated using Graphviz.
Components of the GOrilla system were designed as part of the European Union FP6 funded Multi Knowledge Project.
Creating New Knowledge In Networks of Medical Research
Please send your comments, suggestions and bug reports to Roy Navon at:
For questions regarding your results, please include a link to your results page.