New evidence-weighted signaling pathway resource using GO

Paper alert!

Attrill et al. have a wonderful new paper in the latest issue of Development about evidence-weighted signalling pathways that are available in FlyBase. Recognizing the immense volume of research on signaling pathways, Attrill et al. use GO annotations for signaling components/regulators to present FlyBase pathways in a manner that allows users to customize the reports, as well as view everything from well established pathway components to single observations without subsequent investigations. Below is Fig 4 from the publication showing a FlyBase Pathway Report Page for the EGFR signaling pathway featuring the GO Ribbon, plus three different views of the pathway.

Both Helen Attrill & Giulia Antonazzo are essential members of the GO Consortium and we congratulate the whole FlyBase team on a fantastic new paper!

Find the Development paper here: