ProdoNet -- identification and visualization of prokaryotic gene regulatory and metabolic networks

What you can do:
Application for the mapping of prokaryotic genes and the corresponding proteins to common gene regulatory and metabolic networks.
  • For a given list of genes, the system detects shared operons, identifies co-expressed genes and deduces joint regulators.
  • In addition, the contribution to shared metabolic pathways becomes visible on KEGG maps.
  • Furthermore, the co-occurrence of genes of interest in gene expression profiles can be added to the visualization of the global network.
  • In this way, ProdoNet provides the basis for functional genomics approaches and for the interpretation of transcriptomics and proteomics data.
  • The ProdoNet dataset on transcriptional regulation is based on the PRODORIC Prokaryotic Database of Gene Regulation and the Virtual Footprint tool.
  • gene regulatory networks
  • metabolic networks
  • metabolic pathways
  • gene expression profiles
  • functional genomics
  • transcriptomics
  • transcriptional regulation
This record last updated: 07-29-2008
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