Observation of the Correlations between Pair Wise Interaction and Functional Organization of the Proteins in the Protein Interaction Network of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae

2006-08-25
Tunçbağ, Nurcan
Haliloğlu, Türkan
Keskin Özkaya, Zehra Özlem
Understanding the cell's large-scale organization is an interesting task in computational biology. Thus, protein-protein interactions can reveal important organization and function of the cell. Here, we investigated the correspondence between protein interactions and function for the yeast. We obtained the correlations among the set of proteins. Then these correlations are clustered using both the hierarchical and biclustering methods. The detailed analyses of proteins in each cluster were carried out by making use of their functional annotations. As a result, we found that some functional classes appear together in almost all biclusters. On the other hand, in hierarchical clustering, the dominancy of one functional class is observed. In brief, from interaction data to function, some correlated results are noticed about the relationship between interaction and function which might give clues about the organization of the proteins.
Citation Formats
N. Tunçbağ, T. Haliloğlu, and Z. Ö. Keskin Özkaya, “Observation of the Correlations between Pair Wise Interaction and Functional Organization of the Proteins in the Protein Interaction Network of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae,” 2006, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/81387.