Genes2Networks (G2N) is a tool that can be used to place lists of mammalian genes in the context of a background mammalian signalome and interactome networks. The input to the program is a list of human Entrez Gene gene symbols and background networks in SIG format, while the output includes: (a) all identified interactions for the genes/proteins, (b) a subnetwork connecting the genes/proteins using intermediate components that are used to connect the genes, (c) ranking of the specificity of intermediate components to interact with the list of genes/proteins.
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BMC Bioinformatics. 2007 Oct 4;8:372.
Genes2Networks: connecting lists of gene symbols using mammalian protein interactions databases.
Berger SI, Posner JM, Ma’ayan A.