DISNOR

DISNOR is a resource that uses a comprehensive collection of disease associated genes, as annotated in DisGeNET, to interrogate SIGNOR (https://signor.uniroma2.it) in order to assemble disease-specific logic networks linking disease associated genes by causal relationships. DISNOR is an open resource where more than 4000 disease-networks, linking ~ 2800 disease genes, can be explored. For each disease curated in DisGeNET, DISNOR links disease genes through manually annotated causal relationships and the inferred 'patho-pathways' can be visualised at different level of complexity.

Webpage:
https://disnor.uniroma2.it/

Licence:
Name: Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODC ODbL)
URL: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/odbl/1.0/

Publications:

Tags:

computational predictions disease gene-disease association network model single nucleotide polymorphism molecular interactions, pathways and networks rare diseases

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