NEW YORK, March 29 – Hybrigenics has assembled the first HIV protein interaction map, linking 132 interactions between 87 cellular proteins and the proteins in HIV-type 1, the company said Thursday.

The database, called PIMRider HIV, compiles public domain information from over 500 scientific publications, said Donny Strosberg, Hybrigenics’ CEO, and presents researchers with “a useful summary tool.” The company presented the map at the Keystone Symposia HIV Pathogenesis meeting this week in Keystone, Calif.

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