BioPath

BioPath Biochemical processes in organisms are considered as very large networks consisting of reactants, products and enzymes with interconnections representing reactions and regulation. Examples are given by the well-known Boehringer poster and the Biochemical Pathways atlas. These networks are very complex and grow fast by the steady progress of knowledge in life sciences.

References in zbMATH (referenced in 4 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Schreiber, Falk; Dwyer, Tim; Marriott, Kim; Wybrow, Michael: A generic algorithm for layout of biological networks (2009) ioport
  2. Brandes, Ulrik; Dwyer, Tim; Schreiber, Falk: Visualizing related metabolic pathways in two and a half dimensions. (Long paper) (2004)
  3. J√ľnger, Michael (ed.); Mutzel, Petra (ed.): Graph drawing software (2003)
  4. Brandenburg, Franz J.; Forster, Michael; Pick, Andreas; Raitner, Marcus; Schreiber, Falk: BioPath (2002)