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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Few papers that have come out recently that are of interest (some to be reviewed later)

A yeast-one-hybrid approach for mapping p-dna binding in vitro in elegans ( specied where chip/chip doesnt work)
A gene-centered C. elegans protein-DNA interaction network.
Cell 2006

This one talks about the stability of using arrays for classification
Reliable gene signatures for microarray classification: assessment of stability and performance.

Talks about designing drugs specifically toward protein-protein interactions
Rational drug design via intrinsically disordered protein. Trends in Biotechnology 2006

A direct comparison of protein interaction confidence assignment schemes. BMC Bioinformatics
Suthram S, Shlomi T, Ruppin E,Sharan R, Ideker T


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