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Messy Interactions

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Protein interactions, the basic building blocks of biological systems, are the elementary particles of systems biology. So you’ll have to get good at working with protein interaction data if you’re planning to do systems biology. But be forewarned: Get out your data scrubbers and hip boots, because this data is full of errors. Even if you think you’re used to working with messy data, protein interaction takes it to a whole new level.

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