Exploring science is typically characterized by a lot of puzzles, frustrations or even failures. This weblog is mainly intended to record my working, thinking and knowledge acquisitions. I expect that some reflection would refresh my mind from time to time, and motivate me to move further, and hopefully give me a better view about even changing the landscape of bioinformatics.
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Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Drug2Gene is a free knowledge integrated data repository unifying a number of popular public resources to provide structured and organized information for identified and reported relations between genes/proteins and drugs/compounds. It allows user's interactive management by the ability to flag, comment and update relations, to import new drug-gene relations valuable for a specific project. Gene orthology and similarity information is matched to certain relationship entries assisting the prediction of new unreported drug-gene associations. You can go to the original source of the reported relation and explore for more facts, details and evidences.