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Karen Christie kchris at genome.Stanford.EDU
Thu May 16 09:03:27 PDT 2002


You might want to check out GenMAPP at

They are writing a software to do exactly that kind of thing, as well as
the software to manipulate/draw your own pathways. You might have to put
the Kegg pathway(s) in yourself, but their tool for manipulating the
pathways looks pretty cool when they demo it. 

Their home page has more information and contact info for those involved
in the project.



 Karen Christie, Ph.D., Database Curator
 Saccharomyces Genome Database
 Stanford University Medical Center
 Department of Genetics
 Stanford, CA 94305-5120 USA
 phone: 650-725-3062  fax: 650-723-7016
 e-mail:   yeast-curator at

On Thu, 16 May 2002 WATSON_DAVID_E at wrote:

> Does anyone know of software that can incorporate quantitative data on 
> transcript or protein levels into a schematic of biochemical pathways. 
> Example: Affy data into Kegg pathways. 
> If the answer is no, does anyone have suggestions on how to do this?
> Thanks. 

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