Computational systems biologists have another resource at their fingertips with the launch of SABIO-RK (System for the Analysis of Biochemical Pathways -- Reaction Kinetics), a database of kinetic information about the reactions that take place in biochemical pathways.

Isabel Rojas, leader of the Scientific Databases and Visualization group at EML Research in Heidelberg, Germany, spearheaded the development of the database, which also takes its name from the Spanish word "sabio," which means "a wise man."

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