Dezső Módos
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SignaLink 2–a signaling pathway resource with multi-layered regulatory networks
D Fazekas, M Koltai, D Türei, D Módos, M Pálfy, Z Dúl, L Zsákai, ...
BMC systems biology 7 (1), 7, 2013
The NRF2‐related interactome and regulome contain multifunctional proteins and fine‐tuned autoregulatory loops
D Papp, K Lenti, D Módos, D Fazekas, Z Dúl, D Türei, L Földvári-Nagy, ...
FEBS letters 586 (13), 1795-1802, 2012
Cancer stem cells display extremely large evolvability: alternating plastic and rigid networks as a potential mechanism: network models, novel therapeutic target strategies …
P Csermely, J Hódsági, T Korcsmáros, D Módos, ÁR Perez-Lopez, ...
Seminars in cancer biology 30, 42-51, 2015
Autophagy Regulatory Network—A systems-level bioinformatics resource for studying the mechanism and regulation of autophagy
D Türei, L Földvári-Nagy, D Fazekas, D Módos, J Kubisch, T Kadlecsik, ...
Autophagy 11 (1), 155-165, 2015
NRF2-ome: an integrated web resource to discover protein interaction and regulatory networks of NRF2
D Türei, D Papp, D Fazekas, L Földvári-Nagy, D Módos, K Lenti, ...
Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity 2013, 2013
Targets of drugs are generally, and targets of drugs having side effects are specifically good spreaders of human interactome perturbations
ÁR Perez-Lopez, KZ Szalay, D Türei, D Módos, K Lenti, T Korcsmáros, ...
Scientific reports 5, 10182, 2015
Adaptation and learning of molecular networks as a description of cancer development at the systems-level: potential use in anti-cancer therapies
DM Gyurkó, DV Veres, D Módos, K Lenti, T Korcsmáros, P Csermely
Seminars in Cancer Biology 23 (4), 262-269, 2013
Developments in toxicogenomics: understanding and predicting compound-induced toxicity from gene expression data
B Alexander-Dann, LL Pruteanu, E Oerton, N Sharma, I Berindan-Neagoe, ...
Molecular omics 14 (4), 218-236, 2018
Neighbours of cancer-related proteins have key influence on pathogenesis and could increase the drug target space for anticancer therapies
D Módos, KC Bulusu, D Fazekas, J Kubisch, J Brooks, I Marczell, ...
NPJ systems biology and applications 3 (1), 2, 2017
Identification of critical paralog groups with indispensable roles in the regulation of signaling flow
KL Dezso Modos, Johanne Brooks, David Fazekas, Eszter Ari, Tibor Vellai ...
Scientific Reports 6, 2016
SignaFish: a zebrafish-specific signaling pathway resource
K Csályi, D Fazekas, T Kadlecsik, D Türei, L Gul, B Horváth, D Módos, ...
Zebrafish 13 (6), 541-544, 2016
Su1771–Systems Genomics of Ulcerative Colitis: Combining Gwas, Signalling and Transcriptional Networks to Uncover Novel Pathogenic Pathways
J Brooks, D Modos, P Sudhakar, B Verstockt, B Alexander-Dann, A Zoufir, ...
Gastroenterology 156 (6), S-605-S-606, 2019
OP10 Systems genomics of ulcerative colitis: combining GWAS and signalling networks for patient stratification and individualised drug targeting in ulcerative colitis
J Brooks, D Modos, P Sudhakar, D Fazekas, A Zoufir, A Watson, ...
Journal of Crohn's and Colitis 13 (Supplement_1), S006-S007, 2019
A systems genomics approach to uncover patient-specific pathogenic pathways in a complex disease
J Brooks, D Modos, P Sudhakar, D Fazekas, A Zoufir, O Kapuy, ...
bioRxiv, 692269, 2019
Signalling and transcriptional network propagation uncovers novel ulcerative colitis pathogenetic pathways from single-nucleotide polymorphisms
D Modos, J Brooks, P Sudhakar, B Verstockt, B Alexander-Dann, A Zoufir, ...
Comparative study of hygiene habits in three different groups in hungary
FN Csenge, FNC Kincső, M Dezső, FNLL Katalin
Quantitative study of the generational changes among relationship habits in highly educated hungarian population
C Földvári-Nagy, D Módos, HJ Feith, K Lenti
New Medicine, 2015
Reconstruction and Comparison of Cellular Signaling Pathway Resources for the Systems-Level Analysis of Cross-Talks
M Pálfy, L Földvári-Nagy, D Módos, K Lenti, T Korcsmáros
Systems Biology, 463-477, 2013
Molecular Omics
D Módos, A Bender
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