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Affymetrix® Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software  

Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software for expression analysis and alternative splicing visualization.

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Affymetrix® Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software

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Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software, developed by Affymetrix, enables the identification of differentially expressed genes and exons and the visualization of alternative splicing events for determining possible transcript isoforms that may exist in your specific samples. TAC Software supports most Affymetrix® gene expression arrays.

Affymetrix, the leader in gene expression over the last 20 years, continually provides investigators with innovative solutions to fit their research needs. Detailed analysis is now at the fingertips of every researcher, regardless of access to bioinformatics resources, through our updated Affymetrix Expression Console™ Software and new TAC Software.

Simple, easy-to-use, yet powerful analysis tool. With TAC you will be able to:

  • Perform statistical tests for differential expression
  • Identify differentially expressed genes and exons
  • Identify alternative splicing events
  • Visualize gene models with exon and junction signal
  • Link directly to available public annotations

When combined with the comprehensive coverage of Affymetrix' high-density microarray solutions, TAC Software provides an easy to use, integrated solution to take you from raw data to biological results in just a few clicks.

View EC and TAC analysis tutorials

Now supports more than 100 different arrays!

Download information and instructions

Download the latest version of Transcriptome Analysis Console Software, version 1.0 (64-bit). This version is supported on Microsoft Windows®7 (SP 1).

Additional Affymetrix analysis solutions

Expression Console™ Software
Affymetrix Power Tools – developed internally at Affymetrix


For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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