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    Reactome Pengine

    a web-logic API to the Homo sapiens reactome

    Citation

    Neaves, S, Tsoka, S & Millard, L, 2018, ‘Reactome Pengine: a web-logic API to the Homo sapiens reactome’. Bioinformatics, vol 34., pp. 2856-2858

    Abstract

    Existing ways of accessing data from the Reactome database are limited. Either a researcher is restricted to particular queries defined by a web application programming interface (API) or they have to download the whole database. Reactome Pengine is a web service providing a logic programming-based API to the human reactome. This gives researchers greater flexibility in data access than existing APIs, as users can send their own small programs (alongside queries) to Reactome Pengine.

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