A biological pathway is the set of molecular entities involved in a given biological process, and the interrelations among them. Even though biological pathways have been studied extensively, discovering missing genes in pathways remains a fundamental challenge. Here, we present an easy-to-use tool that allows users to run MORPH, an algorithm for revealing missing genes in biological pathways. The new tool is available both as this web site and as standalone software, called MORPH-R, that can be used locally. In the standalone version, the user can apply the tool to new organisms using any proprietary and public data sources.

Plant of interest

Genes of interest

Enter your genes of interest (pathway genes) below, separated by whitespace or commas. (You can leave this field empty to submit the example shown):

Or upload a genes of interest file (same format as above):

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