Reference : A guide for building biological pathways along with two case studies: hair and breast...
Scientific journals : Article
Life sciences : Biotechnology
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/26652
A guide for building biological pathways along with two case studies: hair and breast development.
English
Trindade, Daniel [> >]
Orsine, Lissur A. [> >]
Barbosa Da Silva, Adriano mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) >]
Donnard, Elisa R. [> >]
Ortega, J. Miguel [> >]
2015
Methods (San Diego, Calif.)
74
16-35
Yes (verified by ORBilu)
International
1046-2023
1095-9130
United States
[en] Breast/growth & development ; Data Mining/methods/trends ; Databases, Genetic/trends ; Female ; Hair/growth & development ; Humans ; PubMed/trends ; Breast development ; Hair development ; PESCADOR ; Pathway ; PubMed
[en] Genomic information is being underlined in the format of biological pathways. Building these biological pathways is an ongoing demand and benefits from methods for extracting information from biomedical literature with the aid of text-mining tools. Here we hopefully guide you in the attempt of building a customized pathway or chart representation of a system. Our manual is based on a group of software designed to look at biointeractions in a set of abstracts retrieved from PubMed. However, they aim to support the work of someone with biological background, who does not need to be an expert on the subject and will play the role of manual curator while designing the representation of the system, the pathway. We therefore illustrate with two challenging case studies: hair and breast development. They were chosen for focusing on recent acquisitions of human evolution. We produced sub-pathways for each study, representing different phases of development. Differently from most charts present in current databases, we present detailed descriptions, which will additionally guide PESCADOR users along the process. The implementation as a web interface makes PESCADOR a unique tool for guiding the user along the biointeractions, which will constitute a novel pathway.
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/26652
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