News

SABIO-RK tutorial at ICSB 2013

06-10-2013

A SABIO-RK tutorial will be presented as part of a full-day tutorial workshop on September 4, 2013 following the ICSB conference in Copenhagen (Denmark).
Detailed information can be found at the conference homepage:
ICSB workshop programme


UniProt links to SABIO-RK

03-11-2013

Starting with the release 2013_03 UniProtKB contains cross-references to SABIO-RK within "Enzyme and pathway databases". Currently, 2983 UniProt accession numbers link to kinetic data in SABIO-RK.

UniProt release 2013_03


Export kinetic data to Excel

02-21-2013

Export your selection of entries as Excel or as *.tsv files. Which columns of this data you would like to export is up to you!


SOAP web services closed

01-23-2013

We stopped supporting our SOAP web services. Please use the RESTful web services to access SABIO-RK data!

More details about how to use the RESTful web services are explained here.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!


New Visual Search

11-27-2012

SABIO-RK now offers a new visualization of search results including the modification of the search. Please feel free to test it and give us your feedback using the Feedback button!

The new visual search (beta test version) gives an overview about the distribution of search results within organisms and tissues. Additionally parameter types and kinetic laws are displayed.


Talk on SABIO-RK at VPH2012

09-14-2012

SABIO-RK will be presented in a talk at the VPH Conferences (VPH 2012) taking place in London (UK) on 18 – 20 September 2012.
VPH 2012 - INTEGRATIVE APPROACHES TO COMPUTATIONAL BIOMEDICINE (http://www.vph-noe.eu/vph2012) is organized by the Virtual Physiological Human Network of Excellence (VPH NoE). The Virtual Physiological Human Network of Excellence is an umbrella project representing the Virtual Physiological Human Initiative set up by the European Commission. VPH 2012 is an international conference on computational biomedicine, with a clear focus on the integrative aspects of the Virtual Physiological Human (VPH).