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***[http://nashua.cwru.edu/PathwaysWeb/ PathCase] - save pathways and search results in BioPAX
 
***[http://nashua.cwru.edu/PathwaysWeb/ PathCase] - save pathways and search results in BioPAX
 
***[http://pid.nci.nih.gov/PID/browse_pathways.shtml Pathway Interaction Database] - some pathways curated by NCI-Nature and many others imported from [[BioCarta]]
 
***[http://pid.nci.nih.gov/PID/browse_pathways.shtml Pathway Interaction Database] - some pathways curated by NCI-Nature and many others imported from [[BioCarta]]
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***[http://www.signaling-gateway.org/molecule/ UCSD Nature Molecule Pages]- Level 3 format: Download link available on each molecule page.
 
**<b>[[Biological software supporting BioPAX]]</b>
 
**<b>[[Biological software supporting BioPAX]]</b>
 
*<b>For developers interested in building software using BioPAX</b>
 
*<b>For developers interested in building software using BioPAX</b>

Revision as of 20:56, 20 September 2010

BioPAX : Biological Pathways Exchange

BioPAX is a collaborative effort to create a data exchange format for biological pathway data.


Level3Announcement

BioPAX Paper Published in Nature Biotechnology

Using BioPAX

Documentation

Community

BioPAX Workgroup Coordination


Note

BioPAX wiki pages were auto-converted from the MoinMoin to MediaWiki, and this was not perfect. We encourage everyone to review and fix them, e.g., by simply picking up a Random Page.

Original Wiki Archive is still available (readonly).

Known Issues:

  • not all pages were copied, but they are available in the archive (exception: see the next issue)
  • after the conversion, a sub-page name became, e.g., "Page/SubPage", but the parent "Page" still refers to it as [[/SubPage]]. This has to be changed manually to [[Page/SubPage]]
  • attachments were not copied; images can be easily uploaded and linked, but PDF, OWL, etc., cannot
    (there is no simple solution, because the wiki is SourceForge's globally configured and shared application). So, we manually uploaded them to "/other" directory
  • you may find some pages look ugly due to extra spaces before * or # or broken nested lists (must be *, **, ***, etc. or #, ##, ###,..)