I am working on human protein protein interaction I need to run SVM I need a negative data set comprising of non interacting protein pairs how to generate these. I found this database Negatome (http://mips.helmholtz-muenchen.de/proj/ppi/negatome/) but the the problem is it talking about most mammals I cant restrict my search to human. Is there any other database containing human non interacting protein pairs or is there any other method to do this. Thanks in advance.
Question: How to get non-interacting protein pairs in Human
7 days ago by
lakshmi.bioinformatics • 20 wrote:
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6 days ago by
Jean-Karim Heriche ♦ 11k
EMBL Heidelberg, Germany
Jean-Karim Heriche ♦ 11k wrote:
The Negatome database contain some human proteins which you can extract. In addition, there's this paper (and data here). Also if your protein interaction data is from AP-MS, you may want to make use of the CRAPome database.
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