A local average connectivity-based method for identifying essential proteins from the network level
Min Li, Jianxin Wang, Xiang Chen, Huan Wang, YiPan
School of Information Science and Engineering, Central South University, China
LAC is a local average connectivity-based method that identifies essential proteins from the network level by evaluating the relationship between a protein and its neighbors.
Software download: LAC
The original protein-protein interaction data was downloaded from DIP (http://dip.doe-mbi.ucla.edu/) and BioGrid (http://thebiogrid.org/ ). The final protein interaction networks used in this paper is given as DIP.txt and BioGRID.txt. The details of two networks are shown in table1. A list of essential proteins of S. cerevisiae are collected from the following databases: MIPS, SGD, DEG, and SGDP. The essential proteins used in this paper is given as Essential.txt.
Table 1 The yeast protein interaction networks obtained from two different databases: DIP and BioGRID.
|Databases||Proteins||Interactions||The average degree||Essential proteins||non-essential proteins||
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Please see the following paper for more information about the algorithm:
Min Li, Jianxin Wang, Xiang Chen, Huan Wang and Yi Pan.
A local average connectivity-based method for identifying essential proteins from the network level. Computational Biology and Chemistry 35 (2011), pp. 143-150