TRANSPATH® is a database of mammalian signal transduction and metabolic pathways. As one of the earliest pathway databases ever created, it has grown since to the remarkable volume of more than 395,000 manually curated reactions. It is now an integral part of the BIOBASE Knowledge Library (BKL)/ PROTEOME Database, but can also be obtained as stand-alone product from geneXplain and as module of the geneXplain platform.
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- Mizuta, Atsushi; Ge, Qi-Wei; Matsuno, Hiroshi: Dependent shrink of transitions for calculating firing frequencies in signaling pathway Petri net model (2017)
- Baldan, Paolo; Cocco, Nicoletta; Marin, Andrea; Simeoni, Marta: Petri nets for modelling metabolic pathways: a survey (2010)
- Sobolev, Boris; Filimonov, Dmitry; Lagunin, Alexey; Zakharov, Alexey; Koborova, Olga; Kel, Alexander E.; Poroikov, Vladimir: Functional classification of proteins based on projection of amino acid sequences: application for prediction of protein kinase substrates (2010) ioport
- Schreiber, Falk; Dwyer, Tim; Marriott, Kim; Wybrow, Michael: A generic algorithm for layout of biological networks (2009) ioport
- Bebek, Gurkan; Yang, Jiong: Pathfinder: Mining signal transduction pathway segments from protein-protein interaction networks (2007) ioport
- Choi, Claudia; Crass, Torsten; Kel, Alexander; Kel-Margoulis, Olga; Krull, Mathias; Pistor, Susanne; Potapov, Anatolij; Voss, Nico; Wingender, Edgar; Dunker, A. K.; Konagaya, A.; Miyano, S.; Takagi, T.: Consistent re-modeling of signaling pathways and its implementation in the TRANSPATH database (2004) ioport
- Krull, Mathias; Voss, Nico; Choi, Claudia; Pistor, Susanne; Potapov, Anatolij; Wingender, Edgar: TRANSPATH: An integrated database on signal transduction and a tool for array analysis. (2003) ioport