Understanding Protein Function on a Genome-scale using Networks
My talk will be concerned with topics in proteomics, in particular
predicting protein function on a genomic scale. We approach this
through the prediction and analysis of biological networks, focusing
on protein-protein interaction and transcription-factor-target ones. I
will describe how these networks can be determined through integration
of many genomic features and how they can be analyzed in terms of
various simple topological statistics. In particular, I will discuss a
number of specific analyses: (1) Integrating gene expression data with
the regulatory network illuminates transient hubs; (2) Integration of
the protein interaction network with 3D molecular structures reveals
different types of hubs, depending on the number of interfaces
involved in interactions (one or many); (3) Analysis of betweenness in
biological networks reveals that this quantity is more strongly
correlated with essentially than degree; (4) Analysis of structure of
the regulatory network shows that it has a hierarchiel layout with the
"middle-managers" acting as information bottlenecks. (5) Development
of a useful web-based tools for the analysis of networks, TopNet and
TopNet: a tool for comparing biological sub-networks, correlating protein
properties with topological statistics.
H Yu, X Zhu, D Greenbaum, J Karro, M Gerstein (2004) Nucleic Acids Res 32: 328-37.
Genomic analysis of regulatory network dynamics reveals large topological changes.
NM Luscombe, MM Babu, H Yu, M Snyder, SA Teichmann, M Gerstein (2004)
Nature 431: 308-12.
Annotation transfer between genomes: protein-protein interologs and protein-DNA
H Yu, NM Luscombe, HX Lu, X Zhu, Y Xia, JD Han, N Bertin, S Chung, M Vidal,
M Gerstein (2004) Genome Res 14: 1107-18.
Genomic analysis of the hierarchical structure of regulatory networks.
H Yu, M Gerstein (2006) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
Integrated prediction of the helical membrane protein interactome in yeast.
Y Xia, LJ Lu, M Gerstein (2006) J Mol Biol 357: 339-49.
Relating three-dimensional structures to protein networks provides evolutionary
PM Kim, LJ Lu, Y Xia, MB Gerstein (2006) Science 314: 1938-41.
The tYNA platform for comparative interactomics: a web tool for managing,
comparing and mining multiple networks.
KY Yip, H Yu, PM Kim, M Schultz, M Gerstein (2006) Bioinformatics 22: 2968-70.
Mark.Gerstein@yale.edu * 203 432-6105 *
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