Discovering overlapping modules and bridge proteins in proteomic networks

@inproceedings{Ramadan2010DiscoveringOM,
  title={Discovering overlapping modules and bridge proteins in proteomic networks},
  author={Emad Ramadan and Christopher Osgood and Alex Pothen},
  booktitle={BCB},
  year={2010}
}
We describe a novel algorithm for identifying the modular structure of a protein interaction network by computing overlapping clusters. The network is initially decomposed into a high degree network and a residual subnetwork, and clusters are computed separately in both networks, before highly interconnected clusters in both networks are merged. We propose the concept of bridge proteins, proteins that are connected to multiple clusters, and identify them from the clustering. We show that bridge… CONTINUE READING

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