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GeneMANIA Cytoscape plugin: fast gene function predictions on the desktop.

The GeneMANIA Cytoscape plugin brings fast gene function prediction capabilities to the desktop. GeneMANIA identifies the most related genes to a query gene set using a guilt-by-association approach. The plugin uses over 800 networks from six organisms and each related gene is traceable to the source network used to make the prediction. Users may add their own interaction networks and expression profile data to complement or override the default data. AVAILABILITY AND IMPLEMENTATION: The GeneMANIA Cytoscape plugin is implemented in Java and is freely available at http://www.genemania.org/plugin/.

Pubmed ID: 20926419 RIS Download

Mesh terms: Algorithms | Computational Biology | Databases, Factual | Gene Regulatory Networks | Genes | 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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