Kaliszan Damian, Handschuh Luiza, Figlerowicz Marek, Meyer Norbert
genomics, microarray, virtual laboratory, remote instrumentation, measurement scenario, Bioconductor, R
In contemporary science, virtual laboratories give a chance to improve research by facilitating access to high-throughput technologies and bioinformatics methods. The Genomic Virtual Laboratory (GVL) presented here was developed for automate analysis of data retrieved from a microarray experiment. The system was implemented for R Bioconductor-based analysis of results obtained in the study on human acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). The article extends the theoretical aspects of GVL presented earlier  and describes how the particular elements were integrated to establish the advanced system of two-colour microarray data analysis.