Our knowledge graphs are comprised of context-specific biological interactions, and BiK>Mi includes a specialized feature for comparing experimental data against these relationships. Currently, the BiK>Mi Workspace enables one to upload gene expression data and compare the relationship of a given gene pair with that in the knowledge graph. This tool can be modified to work with other experimental data formats upon request.
- Protein Profiler – Detailed compilation of metadata pertaining to a queried protein. Presented data are comprised of information derived from several notable resources including UniProt, EnsEMBL, OMIM, HGNC, and more.
- Protein List – Summary table for comparing metadata between a list of proteins. Here, one can also view drugs that target queried proteins derived from DrugBank.
- BELish – Custom BEL statement builder used to query our knowledge graphs for matching statements.
- Path – Network visualization comprised of extracted relationships and interactions based on one of the following criteria: paths between a given pair of source and target nodes, the last author of a publication, metadata of a specific publication. Here, one can explore the contextual provenance of individual edges and compare how specific relationships compare against uploaded experimental data.
Because the needed analytical tools will vary from project to project, BiK>Mi can be modified to include novel workflows and pipelines for a given deliverable or milestone. Contact us if you are interested in integrating our knowledge graphs into your project or to inquire what tools can be developed for BiK>Mi to better access and explore the available data.