Biological gene integration, also known as gene integration, is a method of analyzing and integrating large amounts of biological data to identify relationships between genes or proteins and specific biological processes, such as diseases. It allows for quick identification of gene or protein involvement in a particular biological process. Furthermore, gene integration can provide crucial information for the development of clinical studies and treatments. For example, by integrating clinical data with biological data, genes and proteins associated with specific diseases can be identified, providing a foundation for clinical diagnosis and treatment development.
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