DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.Path2PPI  

This is the development version of Path2PPI; for the stable release version, see Path2PPI.

Prediction of pathway-related protein-protein interaction networks

Bioconductor version: Development (3.19)

Package to predict protein-protein interaction (PPI) networks in target organisms for which only a view information about PPIs is available. Path2PPI predicts PPI networks based on sets of proteins which can belong to a certain pathway from well-established model organisms. It helps to combine and transfer information of a certain pathway or biological process from several reference organisms to one target organism. Path2PPI only depends on the sequence similarity of the involved proteins.

Author: Oliver Philipp [aut, cre], Ina Koch [ctb]

Maintainer: Oliver Philipp <contact at>

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biocViews Network, NetworkInference, Pathways, Proteomics, Software, SystemsBiology
Version 1.33.0
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