University worms in on Pathway Studio Enterprise

The Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg has licensed Ariadne’s Pathway Studio Enterprise system with the ResNet database of molecular interactions extracted from the whole PubMed to support their mammalian, worm and plant research.

With Pathway Studio, scientists at Freiburg University can store and interpret experimental results, build, expand, and analyse signalling networks with provided multitude of molecular interactions, and automatically update the databases from the literature sources.


‘Instant availability of knowledge extracted from peer-reviewed publications in the ResNet Mammalian and especially ResNet Plant database along with Pathway Studio’s powerful mechanism for visualisation makes Ariadne’s Pathway Studio uniquely suited for our use,’ said Stefan Rensing, head of the Data Management Core Facility within the Freiburg Initiative for Systems Biology.

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