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Largest Map of Protein Connections Holds Clues to Health and Disease

News   Apr 09, 2020 | Original story from the Donnelly Centre

 
Largest Map of Protein Connections Holds Clues to Health and Disease

By charting pairwise interactions between 17,500 human proteins, scientists have created a map, on the left, depicting which proteins work together to sustain cellular function. Proteins with similar interactions profiles fall into discrete colour-coded clusters representing different bioprocesses in the cell. Credit: Katja Luck et al.

 
 
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