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AAAS Agrees to Share Pathways Data with Ariadne

NEW YORK, June 29 (GenomeWeb News) - Users of Ariadne Genomics' PathwayAssist and PathwayStudio Central analysis programs will now be able access data from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the two parties announced this week.

 

Under a newly inked licensing and distribution agreement, Ariadne customers will be able to use data from the Connector Maps database that is available through the journal Science's enhanced Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment edition.

 

According to AAAS, the resource is updated by "leading authorities" and the database contains 62 pathways and thousands of components and relations that span all types of organisms, "from plants to yeast to humans."

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