Data available as flat files comprise:
  1. Regulatory networks in JSON data-interchange format, including NDA predictions and, when available, effect and evidences supporting regulatory interactions. JSON is an open standard file format, which is a lightweight, language independent, widely used, data-interchange format supported by > 50 programming languages (e.g., Python, R, Matlab, Perl, Julia, JavaScript, PHP) through a variety of readily available libraries. JSON uses human-readable text to store and transmit data objects consisting of attribute–value pairs and array data types. The JSON data files downloadable from Abasy Atlas (through 'Downloads' section or the button available in the interactive network panel) are importable into Cytoscape. If you want to manually parse or process the JSON data files, information on the Cytoscape.js JSON data format will prove to be useful.
  2. Gene information flat files in TSV file format where each column is as follows: canonical gene name, locus tag, NCBI GeneID, UniProt ID, synonyms, product function, and class of system-level element predicted by the NDA.
  3. Module annotation flat files in TSV file format where each column is as follows: module ID, gene ontology ID, gene ontology term, and FDR q-value supporting the annotation.
Please select a regulatory network:

Data (select at least one to enable download)
Regulatory network
Genes information
Modules annotation