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DifferentialNet

DifferentialNet is a novel database that provides users with differential interactome analysis of human tissues (http://netbio.bgu.ac.il/diffnet/). Users query DifferentialNet by protein, and retrieve its differential protein–protein interactions (PPIs) per tissue via an interactive graphical interface. To compute differen- tial PPIs, we integrated available data of experimen- tally detected PPIs with RNA-sequencing profiles of tens of […]

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TissueNet

Knowledge of protein–protein interactions (PPIs) is important for identifying the functions of proteins and the processes they are involved in. Although data of human PPIs are easily accessible through several public databases, these databases do not specify the human tissues in which these PPIs take place. The TissueNet database of human tissue PPIs (http://netbio.bgu.ac.il/tissuenet/) associates […]

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MotifNet

Network motifs are small topological patterns that recur in a network significantly more often than expected by chance. Their identification emerged as a powerful approach for uncovering the design principles underlying complex networks. However, available tools for network motif analysis typically require download and execution of computationally intensive software on a local computer. We present […]

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MyProteinNet

The identification of the molecular pathways active in specific contexts, such as disease states or drug responses, often requires an extensive view of the potential interactions between a subset of proteins. This view is not easily obtained: it requires the in- tegration of context-specific protein list or expres- sion data with up-to-date data of protein […]

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ResponseNet

Genome sequencing and transcriptomic profiling are two widely used approaches for the identifica- tion of human disease pathways. However, each approach typically provides a limited view of disease pathways: Genome sequencing can identify disease-related mutations but rarely reveals their mode-of-action, while transcriptomic assays do not reveal the series of events that lead to the transcriptomic […]

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