Transcription factors do it together : the hows and whys of studying protein-protein interactions

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Protein–protein interactions are intrinsic to virtually every cellular process. Recent breakthroughs in techniques to study protein-interaction and the availability of fully sequenced plant genomes have attracted many plant scientists to undertake the first steps in the field of protein interactions. High-throughput screening systems allow the discovery of protein functions. Even without performing laborious functional assays, in planta functional homologues and redundant proteins can be accurately predicted based on protein-interaction maps. Therefore, protein–protein-interaction screenings are an essential supplement to the current functional-genomics toolbox. Protein-protein interaction screening, a supplementary tool to the currently used functional genomics toolbox that enables the prediction of functional homologous and redundant proteins on a genome-wide scale
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)531-534
JournalTrends in Plant Science
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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