dSysMap: mapping mutations on the human structural interactome
26 February 2015

dSysMap (which stands for “Disease-mutations Systemic Mapping”) is a computational tool to interpret the effect of genetic mutations on the development of complex diseases by mapping them to the human structural interactome. dSysMap allows to display mutations in the systemic context of the human interactome and to identify their potential "edgetic" effects.
The Pan-Cancer consortium has included the tool in order to gain a more global view of the causes of tumour development.

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