Euretos Knowledge Graph

 

 

Analyse biomolecular interactions

The Euretos Knowledge Graph visualizes biomolecular associations as a relation map. These associations range from molecular interactions and database annotations to literature and sentence co-mentions. This enables a unique visual analysis that helps to identify key terms, indirect associations and concept clusters. This way you can test complex hypotheses, create molecular disease models and share insights as powerful visualizations.

One transparent view across databases and literature
Analyse biomolecular interactions and networks
Discover novel associations from indirect interactions
Quickly identify and analyse clusters in your data
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Analyse biomolecular interactions and networks

The Knowledge Graph is very effective for analysing interactions and networks. Over 100 relation types (e.g. inhibits) and their measures (e.g. IC50 = 1.2) connect over 8 million biological terms. Many of the relations are of a molecular nature such as protein-protein interaction or tissue and cell-type expression. Also, human annotations are included which for instance link genes to pathways, phenotypes and diseases. Publication title, abstract and sentence co-mentions can also be displayed enabling different types of evidence to be evaluated separately.
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Knowledge Graph

One transparent view across databases and literature

The Knowledge Graph combines associations from literature, such as co-mentions in publication titles, abstracts and sentences with relations from databases, such as molecular interactions, expression values and human annotations. For any relation in the Knowledge Graph, all evidence is available at a single click. All sources are shown including relevant measures (e.g. IC50 value for an 'inhibits' relation). All literature that mentions the concepts in the relation are also show, giving a complete overview of all available evidence!
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Review the biomolecular  context at a glance

The Knowledge Graph enables a unique analysis of a term within a specific context. When you add terms to the Knowledge Graph you will immediately see the types relations they have with other terms already there. Fine-grained filtering options enable a detailed analysis of different types of associations. With one click you can review specific types of molecular interactions, clinical evidence, database annotations and co-mentions in literature.
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Discover novel associations from indirect interactions

When you select two terms, related or not, you can find intermediate terms that are related to both. These intermediate associations are nearly impossible to find without the networked visualisation of the Knowledge Graph. Terms which have no direct association can unexpectedly have many relevant shared connections that provide novel insights.
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Quickly identify related clusters in your data

When you drop a set of terms in a relation map you can immediately see how they are connected. Clusters in your data are identified immediately and can be saved as sub-sets for export or further analysis in Analytics.
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