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Protein Network Analysis
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Poster Title: Protein Network Analysis
Submitted on 30 May 2022
Author(s): Melissa George
Affiliations: Creative Proteomics
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Abstract: Proteins play a key role in molecular recognition and are at the core of all biological processes. They can interact with other components of the cell, such as small molecular metabolites, nucleic acids, membranes and other proteins to build supramolecular components and carefully design molecular machines that perform various functions, from chemical catalysis, mechanical work to signal transmission and adjustment. So far, large-scale protein-protein interactions have been identified, and all the generated data is collected in a special database, which can create large-scale protein interaction networks. Like metabolism or genetic/epigenetic networks, the study of PPIs can help us understand the mechanisms of signal transduction, transmembrane transport, cell metabolism and other biological processes through stable or transient, covalent or non-covalent interactions. Summary: Proteins play a key role in molecular recognition and are at the core of all biological processes. They can interact with other components of the cell, such as small molecular metabolites, nucleic acids, membranes and other proteins to build supramolecular components and carefully design molecular machines that perform various functions, from chemical catalysis, mechanical work to signal transmission and adjustment. References: https://www.creative-proteomics.com/services/protein-protein-interaction-networks.htmReport abuse »
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