Plant stress reactions get databases

Bayer CropScience has licensed Ariadne’s Pathway Studio platform with the ResNet Plant database to supplement its plant stress reactions research.

In particular, the company will use Pathway Studio for gene expression analysis of plant and fungi data. 

Pathway Studio comes with the MedScan information extraction module, which helps to customise Ariadne’s standard databases (ResNet Mammalian and ResNet Plant) or create new databases for particular research topics or species.  

In addition to Ariadne’s ResNet Plant database, Bayer CropScience licensed Metabolic Vision, a bacterial and fungal pathway database by Integrated Genomics distributed by Ariadne and compatible with Pathway Studio.

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