CYCLONET x97 an integrated database on cell cycle regulation and carcinogenesis

What you can do:
Search information on cell cycle regulation in mammals in normal and pathological states
  • Cyclonet is a specialized resource, which enables researchers working in the field of anticancer drug discovery to analyze the wealth of currently available information in a systematic way.
  • It contains information on relevant genes and molecules; diagrams and models of cell cycle regulation and results of their simulation; microarray data on cell cycle and on various types of cancer, information on drug targets and their ligands, as well as extensive bibliography on modeling of cell cycle and cancer-related gene expression data.
  • Cyclonet aims to predict promising anticancer targets and their agents by application of Prediction of Activity Spectra for Substances.
  • It is also accessible through the BioUML workbench, which allows flexible querying, analyzing and editing the data by means of visual modeling.
  • mammalian cell cycle regulation models
  • cancer
  • cancer gene expression
  • drug targets
  • drug ligands
  • anticancer drug discovery
  • carcinogenesis
  • signal transduction pathways
  • pathological states
This record last updated: 03-22-2007
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