Moving Towards a Unified Protein Interaction Network

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The analysis of biological networks for interpreting data is becoming a standard in bioinformatics as it enables us to look at a process from the perspective of pathways and network modules rather than single proteins. To study proteins in the context of a cellular system, it is essential that the molecules with which a protein interacts are identified and the functional consequence of each interaction is understood.
We work on several aspects concerning data integration in protein interaction networks. In particular, we aim to integrate protein interactions from diverse data bases, remove redundancy, assess the quality of the interactions and ease the analysis by providing new visualization methods.

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[Jose Villaveces] [Bianca Habermann]

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Rafael C. Jimenez

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