Protein-Protein Interactions Meeting Part II: Combining Analysis Methods Likely Pays Off | GenomeWeb

It pays to combine different methods when analyzing protein networks, in order to reveal their true biological function, researchers said at the recent IBC Life Sciences’ “Protein-Protein Interactions” meeting in Newark, NJ, continuing the theme of variety on the third day of the conference.

Christopher Williams, a researcher at Millennium Pharmaceuticals, noted that “any one technology needs help from the others to generate relevant data.”

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