Elucidating functional networks of proteins
Categories: Boolean Network, inference
ANAT is an interactive software tool for elucidating functional networks of proteins. It encompasses a number of network inference algorithms and provides access to networks of physical associations in several organisms. For more information please see: Yosef N, Zalckvar E, Rubinstein AD, Homilius M, Atias N, Vardi L, et al. ANAT: A Tool for Constructing and Analyzing Functional Protein Networks. Science Signaling. 2011; 4, l1–pl1. Algorithms implemented: -Yosef N, Kupiec M, Ruppin E, Sharan R. A complex-centric view of protein network evolution. Nucleic Acids Res. 2009; 37, e88. -Atias N, Sharan R. iPoint: an integer programming based algorithm for inferring protein subnetworks. Mol. Biosyst. 2013; 9, 1662–1669.


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