DiseaseComps are the diseases with the most comparable sets of interacting chemicals and genes as the page's subject disease. This approach allows disorders to be classified in a novel manner without regard or restrictions to histology or tissue of origin.
Comps are computed using six different methods:
Similarity (or comparability) is measured by the
Jaccard index—the size of the intersection
of interacting chemicals or genes for disease A and disease B divided by the size of the union of those
chemicals or genes:
The disease with comparable interacting chemical or gene sets as the page's subject disease.
You may view the common interacting chemicals or genes between the page's subject disease and a disease of interest by clicking a link in this column. This link will take you to results generated using VennViewer tool.
The common interacting chemicals/genes are also included in the downloadable files.
Save these data into a comma-separated values (CSV), Excel, XML, or tab-separated values (TSV) file by clicking a Download link at the bottom of the table.