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SMPDB: The Small Molecule Pathway Database.

Nucleic acids research | Jan 22, 2010

The Small Molecule Pathway Database (SMPDB) is an interactive, visual database containing more than 350 small-molecule pathways found in humans. More than 2/3 of these pathways (>280) are not found in any other pathway database. SMPDB is designed specifically to support pathway elucidation and pathway discovery in clinical metabolomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and systems biology. SMPDB provides exquisitely detailed, hyperlinked diagrams of human metabolic pathways, metabolic disease pathways, metabolite signaling pathways and drug-action pathways. All SMPDB pathways include information on the relevant organs, organelles, subcellular compartments, protein cofactors, protein locations, metabolite locations, chemical structures and protein quaternary structures. Each small molecule is hyperlinked to detailed descriptions contained in the Human Metabolome Database (HMDB) or DrugBank and each protein or enzyme complex is hyperlinked to UniProt. All SMPDB pathways are accompanied with detailed descriptions, providing an overview of the pathway, condition or processes depicted in each diagram. The database is easily browsed and supports full text searching. Users may query SMPDB with lists of metabolite names, drug names, genes/protein names, SwissProt IDs, GenBank IDs, Affymetrix IDs or Agilent microarray IDs. These queries will produce lists of matching pathways and highlight the matching molecules on each of the pathway diagrams. Gene, metabolite and protein concentration data can also be visualized through SMPDB's mapping interface. All of SMPDB's images, image maps, descriptions and tables are downloadable. SMPDB is available at: http://www.smpdb.ca.

Pubmed ID: 19948758 RIS Download

Mesh terms: Animals | Computational Biology | Databases, Genetic | Databases, Nucleic Acid | Databases, Protein | Humans | Information Storage and Retrieval | Internet | Mammals | Metabolome | Metabolomics | Pharmaceutical Preparations | Protein Structure, Tertiary | Signal Transduction | Software

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Data management software that runs the Pathway Commons web service. It makes it easy to aggregate custom pathway data sets available in standard exchange formats from multiple databases, present pathway data to biologists via a customizable web interface, and export pathway data via a web service to third-party software, such as Cytoscape, for visualization and analysis. cPath is software only, and does not include new pathway information. Main features: * Import pipeline capable of aggregating pathway and interaction data sets from multiple sources, including: MINT, IntAct, HPRD, DIP, BioCyc, KEGG, PUMA2 and Reactome. * Import/Export support for the Proteomics Standards Initiative Molecular Interaction (PSI-MI) and the Biological Pathways Exchange (BioPAX) XML formats. * Data visualization and analysis via Cytoscape. * Simple HTTP URL based XML web service. * Complete software is freely available for local install. Easy to install and administer. * Partly funded by the U.S. National Cancer Institute, via the Cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG) and aims to meet silver-level requirements for software interoperability and data exchange.

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Complete siRNA target database, complete Peptide-Antigen target database and a Kinase-Phosphatase database. They have also developed the largest database of illustrated signal transduction pathways, which are interconnected to their extensive protein database and online gene / protein analysis tools. The interactive web-based databases and software help life-scientists understand the complexity of systems biology. Systems biology efforts focus on understanding cellular networks, protein interactions involved in cell signaling, mechanisms of cell survival and apoptosis leading to development or identification of drug candidates against a variety of diseases. In the post-genomic era, one of the major concerns for life-science researchers is the organization of gene / protein data. Protein Lounge has met this concern by organizing all necessary data about genes / proteins into one portal.

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T3DB

Database that combines detailed toxin data with comprehensive toxin target information. The database currently houses 3,053 toxins described by 32,276 synonyms, including pollutants, pesticides, drugs, and food toxins, which are linked to 1,670 corresponding toxin target records. Altogether there are 37,084 toxin, toxin target associations. (March 2014) Each toxin record (ToxCard) contains over 50 data fields and holds information such as chemical properties and descriptors, toxicity values, molecular and cellular interactions, and medical information. This information has been extracted from over 5,454 sources sources, which include other databases, government documents, books, and scientific literature. The focus of the T3DB is on providing mechanisms of toxicity and target proteins for each toxin. This dual nature of the T3DB, in which toxin and toxin target records are interactively linked in both directions, makes it unique from existing databases. It is also fully searchable and supports extensive text, sequence, chemical structure, and relational query searches

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