NETAL: a new graph-based method for global alignment of protein-protein interaction networks

@article{Neyshabur2013NETALAN,
  title={NETAL: a new graph-based method for global alignment of protein-protein interaction networks},
  author={Behnam Neyshabur and Ahmadreza Khadem and Somaye Hashemifar and Seyed Shahriar Arab},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2013},
  volume={29 13},
  pages={1654-62}
}
MOTIVATION The interactions among proteins and the resulting networks of such interactions have a central role in cell biology. Aligning these networks gives us important information, such as conserved complexes and evolutionary relationships. Although there have been several publications on the global alignment of protein networks; however, none of proposed methods are able to produce a highly conserved and meaningful alignment. Moreover, time complexity of current algorithms makes them… CONTINUE READING
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