PSI Releases New Version of Its Molecular Interaction Format; How Useful Will It Be? | GenomeWeb

The Human Proteome Organization's Proteomic Standards Initiative has released a new version of its Molecular Interaction format for the representation of protein interaction data.

PSI-MI 2.5, released following a meeting last week of the PSI in Geneva, includes a curation manual that tells users how to put data into the format. MI 2.5 also allows for more information to be stored in the format. Instead of only storing only protein-protein interaction data, protein-DNA interactions can also now be stored in MI 2.5.

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