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Interactome involving a particular protein

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Old 01-11-2012, 03:13 AM
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Default Interactome involving a particular protein



Hi all !

Beginner in Bioinfo, I am looking for a software, online-web server, database... to find in Human all the endogenous molecules (protein in particular) interacting with a precise protein (let's say Insulin for instance).

Do you know if it is at least possible?

Thanks in advance !
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Or to be more precise, to find all the endogenous proteins interacting with a receptor, channel, or transporter in Human.
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Default Re: Interactome involving a particular protein

are you looking for known interactors, or you want to model and predict interactions? there are also ways to experimentally find out if there aren't any known ones... not sure what you're aiming to do here?

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Protein–protein interactions (PPIs) are the major components of many fundamental cellular processes. Identification of the interactions involving a protein is often a key step toward understanding its functions in the cellular context.
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