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e, which provides sufficient molecular detail of the pathway data for systems biology applications. “We've gained enormously from this collaboration, and we are pleased to be providing the results to the scientific community. Dr. Kitano’s ‘process notation?is a key advance for representing biological pathways in a way that is accessible not only to bench biologists, but also to computational biologists. The CellDesigner software immensely simplifies the task of capturing and displaying detailed pathway data,?added Dr. Thomas. “This collaboration has been a terrific experience that has provided us with enormous feedback to improve the process notation and CellDesigner software. This is the first time that such a large set of pathway modules has been released with such detailed molecular information. We are pleased to see that the process notation in CellDesigner has proved to be scalable and practical,?said Dr. Kitano. “We congratulate the PANTHER system team for the contribution to the scientific community.?“The PANTHER system supports an integrated approach to protein and mRNA expression analysis with links to biological content, informatics tools, and lab instrumentation to support systems biology research,?said Dennis A. Gilbert, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer for Applied Biosystems. “Users can query the database using probe IDs from the Applied Biosystems Expression Array System to further characterize a gene of interest. Additionally, the PANTHER system workspace is integrated with the Applied Biosystems e-commerce site so users can order corresponding Applied Biosystems TaqMan® Gene Expression and SNP Genotyping Assays for further experimentation.?For more information about Panther 5.0 please visit http://panther.appliedbiosystems.com.
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