Question: Constructing Pathway With List Of Gene Using Cytoscape
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5.4 years ago by
williamjohn36090 wrote:

We have around list of 10 nucleotide sequence sequenced from new plant organism that does not exist in available KEGG pathways. Can I do blast against Arabidopsis and get 10 closest homologue gene name. I am beginner in using Cytoscape. Can I construct pathway using Cytoscape these homologue gene name, how can I do that?. After constructing pathway, if want to study particular gene of interest, how can I do that?. Can one help my giving workflow for this?

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Anybody can help by giving the work flow?. If question is not clear, please let me know.

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5.3 years ago by
B. Arman Aksoy1.2k
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B. Arman Aksoy1.2k wrote:

You might also find GeneMania useful in this context, especially to get a sense about the functions of genes of interest to you. I suggest having a look at the paper to have a sense of the functionality:

The website uses CytoscapeWeb to visualize the networks and there is also a Cytoscape plug-in if you want to work within Cytoscape environment.

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5.3 years ago by
miquelduranfrigola760 wrote:

Hi William,

In general, at least as a starting point, you can BLAST your sequences and translate your problem to Arabidopsis. Cytoscape is mostly a network visualization tool (it will be useful eventually, but first you need to define your "network" or "pathway").

For this, go to this link:

Here, you will find several arabidopsis protein interaction resources. This should be useful to reconstruct small networks around your genes of interest.

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5.3 years ago by
Sudeep1.6k wrote:

Since you mentioned KEGG pathways, you can also take a look at KEGG Automatic Annotation Server to get functional annotations

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