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 Ayesha Aftab Malik Amber Malik
   Proteins are the workhorses that facilitate    most biological processes in a cell.
 The majority of proteins interact with  other proteins for proper function Publication of the human genome Development...
Two    types Stable Transient Both types can be weak or strong
 Alter the kinetic properties of enzymes Allow for substrate channeling Create a new binding site Inactivate or destro...
SlowTime consumingNot accurateDifficult to handleCostlyLack of equipments
Primary databasesInt actMintBindstringMeta databasesPINAAPIP
   STRING:  known and predicted protein interactions.  Interactions physical and functional  associations The database ...
 K VOTE to create seven different integrated  networks by using values of k ranging  from 1-7. modularity, similarity-b...
   Proteins rarely act alone
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
Protein protein interaction basic
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  1. 1.  Ayesha Aftab Malik Amber Malik
  2. 2.  Proteins are the workhorses that facilitate most biological processes in a cell.
  3. 3.  The majority of proteins interact with other proteins for proper function Publication of the human genome Development of the field of proteomics,
  4. 4. Two types Stable Transient Both types can be weak or strong
  5. 5.  Alter the kinetic properties of enzymes Allow for substrate channeling Create a new binding site Inactivate or destroy a protein Change the specificity of a protein for interaction with different proteins Serve a regulatory role
  6. 6. SlowTime consumingNot accurateDifficult to handleCostlyLack of equipments
  7. 7. Primary databasesInt actMintBindstringMeta databasesPINAAPIP
  8. 8.  STRING: known and predicted protein interactions. Interactions physical and functional associations The database currently covers 5214234 proteins from 1133 organisms.
  9. 9.  K VOTE to create seven different integrated networks by using values of k ranging from 1-7. modularity, similarity-based modularity, clustering score, enrichment.
  10. 10.  Proteins rarely act alone
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