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UniHI: an entry gate to the human protein interactome

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UniHI: an entry gate to the human protein interactome
Systematic mapping of protein–protein interactions has become a central task of functional genomics. To map the human interactome, several strategies have recently been pursued. The generated interaction datasets are valuable resources for scientists in biology and medicine. However, comparison reveals limited overlap between different interaction networks. This divergence obstructs usability, as researchers have to interrogate numerous heterogeneous datasets to identify potential interaction partners for proteins of interest. To facilitate direct access through a single entry gate, we have started to integrate currently available human protein interaction data in an easily accessible online database. It is called UniHI (Unified Human Interactome) and is available at http://www.mdc-berlin.de/unihi. At present, it is based on 10 major interaction maps derived by computational and experimental methods. It includes more than 150 000 distinct interactions between more than 17 000 unique...
Gautam Chaurasia, Yasir Iqbal, Christian Häni
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where NAR
Authors Gautam Chaurasia, Yasir Iqbal, Christian Hänig, Hanspeter Herzel, Erich E. Wanker, Matthias E. Futschik
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