A group of German researchers led by Pawel Smialowski and Philipp Pagel created a database, called the Negatome, of protein interactions that are unlikely to occur. As the report in Nucleic Acids Research, they scoured the literature for evidence against physical interactions of proteins and also analyzed protein complexes deposited in the Protein Data Bank to come up with their database, which may be found here.

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