IntPath--an integrated pathway gene relationship database for model organisms and important pathogens

@inproceedings{Zhou2012IntPathanIP,
  title={IntPath--an integrated pathway gene relationship database for model organisms and important pathogens},
  author={Hufeng Zhou and Jingjing Jin and Haojun Zhang and Min Huang and Michal Wozniak and Limsoon Wong},
  booktitle={BMC Systems Biology},
  year={2012}
}
Pathway data are important for understanding the relationship between genes, proteins and many other molecules in living organisms. Pathway gene relationships are crucial information for guidance, prediction, reference and assessment in biochemistry, computational biology, and medicine. Many well-established databases--e.g., KEGG, WikiPathways, and BioCyc--are dedicated to collecting pathway data for public access. However, the effectiveness of these databases is hindered by issues such as… CONTINUE READING
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