NETS - Molecular Pathway
What is a molecular pathway and why is it important in drug development?
A molecular pathway is a series of interactions that occurs between the molecules and proteins within a cell and between cells. Understanding the molecular pathways that contribute to or are affected by a disease plays a critical role in helping scientists select the best therapeutic targets.
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Sage Bionetworks: Developing Predictive Molecular Maps of Human Disease through Community-Based Models
Sage Bionetworks: Molecular Networks as Sensors and Drivers of Common Human Diseases [Paywall]
Sage Bionetworks: The Need for Precompetitive Integrative Bionetwork Disease Model Building [Paywall]
Sage Bionetworks: A Network View of Disease and Compound Screening [Paywall]
Related ToolsBiocyc Database Collection: Humancyc
Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes: KEGG Pathway Database
The Metabolomics Innovation Centre: Drugbank
University of Alberta: Small Molecule Pathway Database