Italian researchers introduce the "Disease Network Open Resource," or DISNOR, an open-access site containing information on more than 3,700 disease networks made up of interactions surrounding some 2,600 disease-associated genes. The database brings together associations described in DisGeNET with the help of causal interaction clues in the "Signaling Network Open Resource," better known as SIGNOR.

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