Parsing Compound–Protein Bioactivity Tables
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With the availability of a multitude of databases that contain information on the bioactivity between compounds and proteins, several fundamental tasks arise. These include parsing of the original data in order to filter out unusable data, merging of multiple databases, identification of the sets of unique molecules, and selection of subsets of parsed data.
In this chapter, we address these issues by providing solutions to each of the problems. Solutions are presented using standardized and freely available data processing tools, as well as computer program code.
Key wordsBioactivity database Data management Chemogenomic data Visualization Compound–protein dataset
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