Protein–protein interaction networks
Protein–protein interaction networks are the networks of protein complexes formed by biochemical events and/or electrostatic forces and that serve a distinct biological function as a complex. The protein interactome describes the full repertoire of a biological system’s protein–protein interactions (PPIs).
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