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The National Center for Genome Resources has released PathDB Software, version 2.0. The software, which is both a data repository and a system for building and visualizing cellular networks, has increased data modeling and data acquisition capabilities in this new version, according to NCGR. Version 2.0 also supplants a metabolism-oriented model with a flexible model that can represent all types of cellular function, including gene regulation, protein-protein interactions, signal cascades, and protein-small molecule binding data.

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