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Comparison of Protein-Protein Interaction databases, published in BMC Bioinformatics

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File nameFile descriptionFile typeVersion numberDate created
     HPRD_Release9_041310.tar.gz This file contains human binary protein-protein interactions in tab delimited format. Tab delimitedRelease 904-13-10
Apr 13, 2010
     HPRD_FLAT_FILES_041310.tar.gz This file contains all entries contained in HPRD including features of proteins such as post-translational modifications, tissue expression, subcellular localization and protein-protein interactions in tab delimited file format as per the users request. Tab delimitedRelease 904-13-10
Apr 13, 2010
     HPRD_XML_041310.tar.gz This file contains all entries contained in HPRD including features of proteins such as post-translational modifications, tissue expression, subcellular localization and protein-protein interactions etc. XMLRelease 904-13-10
Apr 13, 2010
     HPRD_PSIMI_041310.tar.gz This file contains only protein-protein interactions of all entries contained in HPRD. The data is in PSI-MI format version 2.5 XMLRelease 904-13-10
Apr 13, 2010
     HPRD_SINGLE_PSIMI_041310.xml.tar.gz This file contains only protein-protein interactions but all interaction records are concatenated into a single XML file. The data is in PSI-MI format version 2.5 XMLRelease 904-13-10
Apr 13, 2010
 
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