RPGeNet v2.0


Retinitis pigmentosa is a highly heterogenous disease with now over 200 known driver genes. With such high hetergeneity, RPGeNet, a web application tool, was created to help users find new potential driver genes of retinitis pigmentosa and help better visualize the complex interaction network of the retina. The interaction database is formed by the merger of self-curated BioGRID, STRING and text-mining (PPaxe) interaction data. The database is managed by neo4j and the graph's visual display is created by Cytoscape.js.

Currently, RPGeNet counts with 275 driver genes, 18,707 total genes and 739,122 interactions. Further information is available on our data page and our published paper.

RPGeNet was created by Compgen Lab and Marfany Laboratory at the University of Barcelona.

Citing RPGeNet

Distilling a Visual Network of Retinitis Pigmentosa Gene-Protein Interactions to Uncover New Disease Candidates.
Daniel Boloc, Sergio Castillo-Lara, Gemma Marfany, Roser Gonzàlez-Duarte and Josep F. Abril.
PLoS ONE, 2015, 10(8): e0135307