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Analysis of Essential Proteins in Protein-Protein Interaction Networks

단백질 상호작용 네트워크에서 필수 단백질의 견고성 분석

  • 류제운 (충북대학교 생화학과) ;
  • 강태호 (충북대학교 정보통신공학과) ;
  • 유재수 (충북대학교 정보통신공학과) ;
  • 김학용 (충북대학교 생화학과)
  • Published : 2008.06.28

Abstract

Protein interaction network contains a small number of highly connected protein, denoted hub and many destitutely connected proteins. Recently, several studies described that a hub protein is more likely to be essential than a non-hub protein. This phenomenon called as a centrality-lethality rule. This nile is widely credited to exhibit the importance of hub proteins in the complex network and the significance of network architecture as well. To confirm whether the rule is accurate, we Investigated all protein interaction DBs of yeast in the public sites such as Uetz, Ito, MIPS, DIP, SGB, and BioGRID. Interestingly, the protein network shows that the rule is correct in lower scale DBs (e.g., Uetz, Ito, and DIP) but is not correct in higher scale DBs (e.g., SGD and BioGRID). We are now analyzing the features of networks obtained from the SGD and BioGRD and comparing those of network from the DIP.

Keywords

Protein-Protein Interaction Network;Essential Protein;Hub Protein

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