WIKIPATHWAYS FOR PLANTS: AN ONLINE COMMUNITY PORTAL FOR PLANT PATHWAY ANALYSISWIKIPATHWAYS FOR PLANTS: AN ONLINE COMMUNITY PORTAL FOR PLANT PATHWAY ANALYSIS

8th Jul 2013

Plant biologists looking for online, freely-available pathway resources that allow them to add, edit and download known and novel published pathways in plants have a new option: theWikiPathways Plants Portal (a collaboration between WikiPathways, the Jaiswal Lab at Oregon State University and the Gramene database).

This project and the work associated with it was recently published by Hanumappa et al. (2013) in the journal Rice. In this publication, authors describe the online community curation portal for plant pathways and perform a comparative analysis of the rice and Arabidopsis seed development networks for seed-specific and diurnally regulated gene expression profiles.

The authors also developed the Pathway GeneSWAPPER software application (written in Perl), which modifies reference and curated pathway networks (GPML format) using gene homology mapping data to visualize network projections for your species of interest.

 

Publication: Mamatha Hanumappa, Justin Preece, Justin Elser, Denise Nemeth, Gina Bono, Kenny Wu, Pankaj Jaiswal. WikiPathways for plants: a community pathway curation portal and a case study in rice and arabidopsis seed development networks. Rice 2013, 6:14 doi:10.1186/1939-8433-6-14. [View publication]

 

This story was originally posted on the Jaiswal Lab website.