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    Inflammation: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly | Cross-references to GlyGen and PathwayCommons | New automatic annotation system ARBA (Asso...

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When something is not right, signals of some sort are sent out. While many are obvious - an engine gone dead, water flooding a basement, flames protruding from a rooftop - others are more subtle: the slim crack in a dam before its collapse, the ray of sun about to set off a forest fire, the faint smell of gas before an explosion. Humans have developed ways of sensing and measuring these more discreet signals in the hope of predicting and preventing catastrophes…

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