A Human Protein-Protein Interaction Network: A Resource for Annotating the Proteome

  title={A Human Protein-Protein Interaction Network: A Resource for Annotating the Proteome},
  author={Ulrich Stelzl and Uwe Worm and Maciej M. Lalowski and Christian Haenig and Felix H. Brembeck and Heike Goehler and Martin Stroedicke and Martina Zenkner and Anke Schoenherr and Susanne Koeppen and Jan Timm and Sascha Mintzlaff and Claudia Abraham and Nicole Bock and S. Kietzmann and Astrid Goedde and Engin Toks{\"o}z and Anja Droege and Sylvia Krobitsch and Bernhard Korn and Walter Birchmeier and Hans Lehrach and Erich E. Wanker},

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