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Combining data sets from phage display and yeast two-hybrid screens offers a more stringent approach for suggesting protein–protein associations.

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  1. Pierre Legrain is vice president of Science & Technologies at Hybrigenics, 3-5 Impasse Reille, 75014 Paris, France plegrain@hybrigenics.

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