New study maps protein interactions for a quarter of the human genome

Researchers have mapped the interaction partners for proteins encoded by more than 5,800 genes, representing over a quarter of the human genome, according to a new study. The network, dubbed BioPlex 2.0, identifies more than 56,000 unique protein-to-protein interactions -- 87 percent of them previously unknown -- the largest such network to date.

New study maps protein interactions for a quarter of the human genome

Harvard Medical School researchers have mapped the interaction partners for proteins encoded by more than 5,800 genes, representing over a quarter of the human genome, according to a new study ...

Wed 17 May 17 from Phys.org

Social networking for the proteome, upgraded

Researchers have mapped the interaction partners for proteins encoded by more than 5,800 genes, representing over a quarter of the human genome, according to a new study. The network, dubbed ...

Wed 17 May 17 from ScienceDaily

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