Incyte Genomics has released an enhanced version of its Proteome BioKnowledge Library that includes a Disease Curation Module, which categorizes proteins by disease type. The module contains manually curated data on protein function and disease roles, which is arranged into four categories: Therapeutic Target, Molecular Mechanism, Diagnostic Marker, and Negative Correlation. The module currently includes information from 5,415 articles representing 263 journals and shows relationships between 873 diseases and 1,026 proteins.

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