Protein-protein interactions: making sense of networks via graph-theoretic modeling.

  title={Protein-protein interactions: making sense of networks via graph-theoretic modeling.},
  author={Natasa Przulj},
  journal={BioEssays : news and reviews in molecular, cellular and developmental biology},
  volume={33 2},
The emerging area of network biology is seeking to provide insights into organizational principles of life. However, despite significant collaborative efforts, there is still typically a weak link between biological and computational scientists and a lack of understanding of the research issues across the disciplines. This results in the use of simple computational techniques of limited potential that are incapable of explaining these complex data. Hence, the danger is that the community might… CONTINUE READING
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