CING -Bioinformatics Group Servers

About C-BIG Servers

CING -Bioinformatics Group Servers is a web service that provides a diverse set of computational pipelines in the context of Systems Bioinformatics approach: a relatively new approach, which lies in the intersection of systems biology and classical Bioinformatics.

The mission of the Group is to function as a hub of excellence in the areas of applied bioinformatics to early diagnosis, effective prognosis and drug discovery contributing to the concepts of Preventive, Personalized and Precise Medicine.


creating multilevel pathway interaction networks


creating pathway networks form gene expression statistics


post-processing of protein and gene expression datasets

Pathway Connector

an easy way for rapidly relating pathways together


ranking candidate drugs, combining functional and structural criteria


classifying variants of unknown significance for a specific disease

These tools are part of previous works of the Bioinformatics ERA Chair


D-Map is a web tool for single and multiple network analysis and visualization of Gene Expression data. The tool uses a series of clustering algorithms for the creation and visualization of super networks.


ZoomOut is a tool for single and multiple network analysis and visualization, providing the user with the capability of clustering networks and visualizing them as a super network.


The MelGene database provides a comprehensive and regularly updated field synopsis and meta-analysis of all published genetic association studies performed in Cutaneous Melanoma (CM).

Assistive Technologies in Bioinformatics Group

Paralysis is the loss of voluntary mobility, which is usually the result of a neurological disease or brain injury. We have installed an eye-control system at the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING) and we aim to build a pool of personalized communication grids for our patients in order to facilitate what we call personalized assistance.

Among our plans is to create a web-based repository where we will be able to publish the grids that will be developed.


The Cyprus Institute of Neurology & Genetics

6 International Airport Ave. Ayios Dhometios, 2370 Nicosia





+357 22392624, + 357 22392852