GenePath is a result of a collaboration between Bioinformatics Laboratory at Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX. A number of people that specialize either in biology and genetics or in computer science participate in this project. The genetic and biological background of GenePath was defined by:
GenePath combines different methods of AI and integrates them within a common platform. Responsible for this development were:
Other project members include John Halter and J. Robert Beck, and a number of students at University of Ljubljana that are helping in testing and prototyping new approaches in GenePath.
We would like to acknowledge the financial support by a grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (P01 HD39691-01), by a Program and Project grant (J2-3387-1539) from The Slovene Ministry of Education, Science and Sport The Slovene Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, by a travel grant from the National Academy of Sciences under the Collaboration in Basic Science and Engineering supported by Contract No. INT-0002341 from the National Science Foundation, and by a grant for scientific and technological cooperation from The Slovene Ministry of Education, Science and Sport.