Monday, November 9, 2009

STRING 8.2 and STITCH 2.0 released

We have released new versions of STRING and STITCH!

Here are some of the changes:

  • protein-protein actions like binding or post-translational modifications are now included
  • most download files are now under Creative Commons licenses, so academics usually don't need to fill license agreements anymore
  • bugfix: version 8.1 had accidentally omitted homology transfer in the textmining channel, this is now fixed.
  • the Flash interactive network viewer has further matured; a simple, lean version is now enabled by default. The full-featured version can be activated by clicking on the "advanced" button below the network
  • STITCH 2 uses the protein universe of STRING 8
  • the number of interactions has further increased

3 comments:

  1. Hi!
    I would like to know whether there is an official bug-report application for string.
    I have found many errors in your database and would like to report them, but I need to provide a link to a bug entry to justify the time spent writing the report.
    Moreover, you don't even have a contact page or email in string's home page... it is very difficult to come in contact with you :)

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  2. Hello,

    a quick question: is there a way to link directly to a page containing your incredible graphs for a given gene?

    I've been looking at your Developer API, but there isn't anything that allows me to do that if I'm not mistaken.

    Cheers,
    J.

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  3. In case your query is not to complicated, this will work: http://string-db.org/interactions/drd1_human?targetmode=proteins&species=9606

    We are currently working on more complex permanent links.

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