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The Cytoscape platform for network analysis and visualization

Benno Schwikowski 1 
1 Biologie systémique - Systems Biology
Institut Pasteur [Paris], CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique : USR 3756
Abstract : Cytoscape is an open source software platform that supports the visualization and analysis of molecular profiling data in the context of functional interaction networks. It is developed by several research groups that are actively involved in the development of technologies around the generation and integrative analysis of molecular profiling data in the context of biological and biomedical research. Here, we outline the rationale behind the use of functional interaction networks, introduce the Cytoscape platform, and present an example in which data analysis and visualization using Cytoscape has led to a discovery of previously unknown disease biology.
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Benno Schwikowski. The Cytoscape platform for network analysis and visualization. Inna Kuperstein; Emmanuel Barillot. Computational Systems Biology Approaches in Cancer Research, Chapman and Hall/CRC Press, 2019, Chapman and Hall/CRC Mathematical and Computational Biology, 978-0-367-34421-4. ⟨pasteur-02972688⟩

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