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ProteoLens: a visual analytic tool for multi-scale database-driven biological network data mining

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ProteoLens: a visual analytic tool for multi-scale database-driven biological network data mining
Background: New systems biology studies require researchers to understand how interplay among myriads of biomolecular entities is orchestrated in order to achieve high-level cellular and physiological functions. Many software tools have been developed in the past decade to help researchers visually navigate large networks of biomolecular interactions with built-in templatebased query capabilities. To further advance researchers' ability to interrogate global physiological states of cells through multi-scale visual network explorations, new visualization software tools still need to be developed to empower the analysis. A robust visual data analysis platform driven by database management systems to perform bi-directional data processing-to-visualizations with declarative querying capabilities is needed. Results: We developed ProteoLens as a JAVA-based visual analytic software tool for creating, annotating and exploring multi-scale biological networks. It supports direct database c...
Tianxiao Huan, Andrey Y. Sivachenko, Scott H. Harr
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where BMCBI
Authors Tianxiao Huan, Andrey Y. Sivachenko, Scott H. Harrison, Jake Yue Chen
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