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Bi-Level Graph Neural Networks for Drug-Drug Interaction Prediction

@article{Bai2020BiLevelGN,
  title={Bi-Level Graph Neural Networks for Drug-Drug Interaction Prediction},
  author={Yunsheng Bai and Ken Gu and Yizhou Sun and Wei Wang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.14002}
}
We introduce Bi-GNN for modeling biological link prediction tasks such as drug-drug interaction (DDI) and protein-protein interaction (PPI). Taking drug-drug interaction as an example, existing methods using machine learning either only utilize the link structure between drugs without using the graph representation of each drug molecule, or only leverage the individual drug compound structures without using graph structure for the higher-level DDI graph. The key idea of our method is to… 

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