PINT: Pathways Integration Tool

   

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Introduction

       One important goal of pathway study is to reconstruct the regulatory network in a cell. From time to time, biologists may need to integrate a number of initially independent pathways to generate an overview of the entities implicated in a biological function/phenomenon. The Pathways Integration Tool (PINT)  was therefore designed to assist users to conduct biological pathway integration (BPI), and to explore the possible phenotypic outcomes under a particular physiological or pathological condition. You may visit "Documentation" to find examples and the manual of this web site.

Workflow for pathways integration [Description]

Searching pathways [Help]

Keyword search:

1. Please select a category:
2. Input your keywords (delimited by a single space)
    
    Or upload a keyword file:

Searching upstream/downstream reactions [Help]

Input a gene symbol: e.g. JUN, HRAS

 

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