BioLinker: Bottom-up Exploration of Protein Interaction Networks

Tommy Dang, Paul Murray, Angus Forbes

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Abstract

Systems biologists and cancer researchers require interactive visualization tools that enable them to more easily navigate and discover patterns at different levels of the biological hierarchy of signaling pathways. Furthermore, biologists are often interested in understanding and exploring the causal biochemical links between processes. When exploring the literature of particular biological pathways or specific proteins within those pathways, biologists find it useful to know the contexts in which biochemical links are active and, importantly, to be aware of potential conflicts when different experiments introduce alternative interpretations of the function of a pathway or biochemcal reaction.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Apr 18 2017

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