By Vivien Marx

A heated debate over the quality of literature-curated protein-protein interaction databases may be nearing a compromise as scientists on both sides of the issue are working together on a forthcoming joint commentary in Nature Methods that aims to bridge the differences between the two camps, BioInform has learned.

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