Apr 12, 2020

Mechanistic modeling of the SARS-CoV-2 disease map

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
K. RianJoaquin Dopazo

Abstract

Here we present a web interface that implements a comprehensive mechanistic model of the SARS-CoV-2 disease map in which the detailed activity of the human signaling circuits related to the viral infection and the different antiviral responses, including immune and inflammatory activities, can be inferred from gene expression experiments. Moreover, given to the mechanistic properties of the model, the effect of potential interventions, such as knock-downs, over-expression or drug effects (currently the system models the effect of more than 8000 DrugBank drugs) can be studied in specific conditions. This tool, with the holistic, systems biology approach to the understanding of the complexities of the viral infection process, will become an important asset in the search for efficient antiviral treatments. The tool is freely available at: http://hipathia.babelomics.org/covid19/.

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