Arndt Grossmann

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Protein-protein interaction networks are key to a systems-level understanding of cellular biology. However, interaction data can contain a considerable fraction of false positives. Several methods have been proposed to assess the confidence of individual interactions. Most of them require the integration of additional data like protein expression and(More)
Post-translational protein modifications, such as tyrosine phosphorylation, regulate protein-protein interactions (PPIs) critical for signal processing and cellular phenotypes. We extended an established yeast two-hybrid system employing human protein kinases for the analyses of phospho-tyrosine (pY)-dependent PPIs in a direct experimental, large-scale(More)
The yeast two-hybrid (Y2H) system is currently one of the most important techniques for protein-protein interaction (PPI) discovery. Here, we describe a stringent three-step Y2H matrix interaction approach that is suitable for systematic PPI screening on a proteome scale. We start with the identification and elimination of autoactivating strains that would(More)
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