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This article is part of the supplement: Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Genome Informatics (GIW 2012)

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IntPath--an integrated pathway gene relationship database for model organisms and important pathogens

Hufeng Zhou, Jingjing Jin, Haojun Zhang, Bo Yi, Michal Wozniak and Limsoon Wong*

BMC Systems Biology 2012, 6(Suppl 2):S2  doi:10.1186/1752-0509-6-S2-S2

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The unique advantage of IntPath

Hufeng Zhou   (2014-04-24 17:29)  Brigham and Woman's Hospital; Harvard Medical School email

Pathway Enrichment Analysis has been so widely used, but few people realize the tools they use like DAVID, KEGG have many limitations. Especially the  "Incompleteness" limitation seriously affect the enrichment results. Here the IntPath database largely solves the incomplete problem by integrating and curating mavaiable main stream Pathway data from different source. It is the most complete pathway database ever created. Try IntPath "Identify Pathways" function for pathway enrichment for your interested gene list, you will be amazed by the enrichment pathway results you see directly from the output.

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