3D BIND molecular interaction clusters in Dynamic Signaling Maps

Laurent Cocea laurent.cocea at hippron.com
Thu Oct 24 06:03:57 EST 2002


New feature added in Dynamic Signaling Maps: all users can now search the
BIND (www.bind.ca) database using clickable maps and display the molecular
interaction clusters in Web 3D/VRML format (you can download a free VRML
viewer at www.parallelgraphics.com).

The Dynamic Signaling Maps Web-based software allows users to consistently
describe biological signaling pathways, graphically visualize them, and
search relevant public databases for biomolecular interactions. Trial
accounts are available free of charge and allow for full access to Dynamic
Signaling Maps for three months. The validity of a trial account could be
extended.

Check it out! http://www.hippron.com/hippron/index.html





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