|May 15th, 2017|
|Omnipath is a comprehensive collection of literature curated human signaling pathways. OmniPath focuses a great deal of effort on integration in order to develop a uniform representation of the data that includes references, directionality, sign and additional details (localization, compound effects, and mechanistic details) for each interaction as available. OmniPath integrates additional information on the structure and mechanism of the interactions, drug targets, functional annotation, tissue-specific expression and mutations to increase its applicability. OmniPath aims to provide free, annually updated and ready-to-use web resource (http://omnipathdb.org/), as well as a complementary open-source, feature-rich Python module called pypath, which offers advanced possibilities for pathway analysis with unprecedented coverage and detail.|
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|OmniPath: guidelines and gateway for literature-curated signaling pathway resources.|
Turei D, Korcsmaros T, Saez-Rodriguez J.
Nat Methods. 2016 Nov 29;13(12):966-967.
|Genes / Proteins: ||40,699|
|Interactions / Reactions: ||72,341|
|Last Content Update: ||March 30th, 2017|