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Ryan A. Miller
Ryan A. Miller
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WikiPathways: a multifaceted pathway database bridging metabolomics to other omics research
DN Slenter, M Kutmon, K Hanspers, A Riutta, J Windsor, N Nunes, ...
Nucleic acids research 46 (D1), D661-D667, 2018
8702018
WikiPathways: connecting communities
M Martens, A Ammar, A Riutta, A Waagmeester, DN Slenter, K Hanspers, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 49 (D1), D613-D621, 2021
5852021
WikiPathways: capturing the full diversity of pathway knowledge
M Kutmon, A Riutta, N Nunes, K Hanspers, EL Willighagen, A Bohler, ...
Nucleic acids research, gkv1024, 2015
4882015
Community assessment to advance computational prediction of cancer drug combinations in a pharmacogenomic screen
MP Menden, D Wang, MJ Mason, B Szalai, KC Bulusu, Y Guan, T Yu, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-17, 2019
2732019
Using the Semantic Web for Rapid Integration of WikiPathways with Other Biological Online Data Resources
A Waagmeester, M Kutmon, A Riutta, R Miller, EL Willighagen, CT Evelo, ...
PLoS Comput Biol 12 (6), e1004989, 2016
552016
Beyond pathway analysis: Identification of active subnetworks in Rett syndrome
RA Miller, F Ehrhart, LMT Eijssen, DN Slenter, LMG Curfs, CT Evelo, ...
Frontiers in genetics 10, 59, 2019
132019
Explicit interaction information from WikiPathways in RDF facilitates drug discovery in the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform
RA Miller, P Woollard, EL Willighagen, D Digles, M Kutmon, A Loizou, ...
F1000Research 7, 2018
72018
Understanding signaling and metabolic paths using semantified and harmonized information about biological interactions
RA Miller, M Kutmon, A Bohler, A Waagmeester, CT Evelo, ...
PloS one 17 (4), e0263057, 2022
22022
An approach to the proposal of drug combination for cancer therapy using a pathway data connectivity approach
R Miller, S Muraru, AB Malpartida, J Low, MP de Almeida, B van Engelen, ...
12022
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