SMPDB 2.0: Big Improvements to the Small Molecule Pathway Database

@inproceedings{Jewison2014SMPDB2B,
  title={SMPDB 2.0: Big Improvements to the Small Molecule Pathway Database},
  author={Timothy Jewison and Yilu Su and Fatemeh Miri Disfany and Yongjie Liang and Craig Knox and Adam Maciejewski and Jenna Poelzer and Jessica Huynh and You Zhou and David Arndt and Yannick Djoumbou and Yifeng Liu and Lu Deng and Anchi Guo and Beomsoo Han and Allison Pon and Michael Wilson and Shahrzad Rafatnia and Philip Liu and David S. Wishart},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2014}
}
The Small Molecule Pathway Database (SMPDB, http://www.smpdb.ca) is a comprehensive, colorful, fully searchable and highly interactive database for visualizing human metabolic, drug action, drug metabolism, physiological activity and metabolic disease pathways. SMPDB contains >600 pathways with nearly 75% of its pathways not found in any other database. All SMPDB pathway diagrams are extensively hyperlinked and include detailed information on the relevant tissues, organs, organelles… CONTINUE READING
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