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Interaction

Name: Interaction
Description: A biological relationship between two or more entities. Rationale: BioPAX interactions are atomic from modeling perspective, i.e. it is not possible to define sub-interactions. For representing non-atomic continuants with explicit subevents, pathway class should be used. Interactions does not have to be temporally atomic though, for example genetic interactions cover a large span of time. Usage: Interaction is a highly abstract class and in almost all cases it is more appropriate to use subclasses of interaction. It is partially possible to define generic reactions by using generic participants. A more comprehensive method is planned for BioPAX L4 for covering all generic cases like oxidization of a generic alcohol. Synonyms: Process, relationship, event. Examples: protein-protein interaction, biochemical reaction, enzyme catalysis. Taken from BioPAX
Synonym(s): Interaction type
Super-category: Entity
*Id: Interaction
Alternate Id(s): BioPAX Interaction
Publication link: http://www.biopax.org/release/biopax-level3.owl#Interaction
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Bandrow, Zaidaziz

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CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionA biological relationship between two or m A biological relationship between two or more entities. Rationale: BioPAX interactions are atomic from modeling perspective, i.e. it is not possible to define sub-interactions. For representing non-atomic continuants with explicit subevents, pathway class should be used. Interactions does not have to be temporally atomic though, for example genetic interactions cover a large span of time. Usage: Interaction is a highly abstract class and in almost all cases it is more appropriate to use subclasses of interaction. It is partially possible to define generic reactions by using generic participants. A more comprehensive method is planned for BioPAX L4 for covering all generic cases like oxidization of a generic alcohol. Synonyms: Process, relationship, event. Examples: protein-protein interaction, biochemical reaction, enzyme catalysis. Taken from BioPAX ction, enzyme catalysis. Taken from BioPAX
IdInteraction  +
LabelInteraction  +
ModifiedDate30 July 2014  +
PublicationLinkhttp://www.biopax.org/release/biopax-level3.owl#Interaction  +
SuperCategoryEntity  +
SynonymInteraction type  +
XrefBioPAX Interaction  +