Commentary: Data Handling, Biases Can Yield ‘Notoriously Unreliable’ PPI Outcomes | GenomeWeb
As protein-protein interaction studies generate reams of new data, one small team of researchers claims that the manifold ways of handling the data and the resulting biases make the information “notoriously unreliable” for large-scale hypotheses about protein-protein interaction networks.

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