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A Pathway to Pathways


Wouldn’t it be nice if you could load ligand, receptor, signal transduction, gene regulation, and metabolic pathway databases into your local database — and then be able to traverse them from a ligand binding to a cell surface receptor, through a signaling pathway that turns on a gene for an enzyme that catalyzes a metabolic reaction? We’re not quite there yet, but an effort called BioPAX is making strides in turning this into a reality.

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