23 May 2012


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(Semantic) alignment of SysBio Model related to MAPK pathways

See also:

BioModels Database: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/biomodels-main/

Semantic SBML: http://semanticsbml.org/semanticSBML/simple/index



<abdul> just wondering if there is any presentation or webex going on ?

search in biomodels for system biology models related to MAPK pathways

<egombocz> Does BioModels have SPARQL endpoint access?

@egombocz, not sure

Jun: how people would use other ways to search for models of their interst
... seems that nobody on the call have used biomodels database before

<MarkW> first time looking at it :-)

<ram> Ramkumar from Metaome - We have a life sciences search engine - DistilBio (http://distilbio.com), my first time in the group

@markw, same here:) they seem to be pretty new

<abdul> http://sblab.celldesigner.org/Payao10/bin/

@ram, welcome

<ram> thanks @Jun

<egombocz> Erich Gombocz from IO Informatics - We've developed tools for semantic systems biology-driven data integration http://www.io-informatics.com/products/sentient-KE.html

@egmbocz, thanks! are you not able to talk today?


anyone familiar with this project?

<MarkW> new to me too! LOL!


<abdul> I knew


<abdul> Sorry it seems too basic for me. I have to leave :-) see you next time.

<egombocz> How does BioModels relate to the OpenBEL intiative?

<ram> thanks for the intro

@egombocz, no idea

<egombocz> Is semanticSBML2.0 in part similar to NCBO BioPortal's Annotator services?

<MarkW> agreed

<michael> semanticSBML is from humboldt university in berlin, not sure how similar

<egombocz> thank you!

thanks egombocz!

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