Genome Frontier Project 1998-2002

Deciphering genetic and molecular networks by comparative genomics and systematic interaction analysis

Supported by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

Principal Investigator

Minoru Kanehisa, Bioinformatics Center, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University


The project aims at developing bioinformatics technologies toward understanding the entire protein interaction network of a single-cell organism from its complete genome sequence and functional genomics experiments. Systematic experiments are being performed for the following organisms. The microarray data are publicly made available as the KEGG/EXPRESSION database.

More details in Japanese

Created on March 10, 2000
Updated on June 4, 2001

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