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Find proteins that bind to your protein of interest

 

Lots of protein–protein interaction data have been published in the public domain. Through the convenient databases that are mentioned below, proteins that bind (or are predicted to bind) to (and work with) your protein of interest (to facilitate a specific cellular process) may be found.

BioGRID (https://thebiogrid.org/)

CCSB Interactome Database (http://interactome.dfci.harvard.edu/)

HPRD (http://www.hprd.org/)

IntAct (https://www.ebi.ac.uk/intact/)

STRING (http://string-db.org/)

Do you have a suggestion for a site that we can add to this list? Please let us know ().

 

It is likely that not all proteins that can bind to your protein of interest have been identified yet, we may be able to find some of them for you, to learn more, please refer to our yeast two-hybrid screening web page.

 

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