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Supplementary data 12. Functional enrichment results of the largest module identified from Ai-PPIN

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posted on 2021-03-24, 10:46 authored by Sreemol GokuladhasSreemol Gokuladhas, William SchierdingWilliam Schierding, Evgeniia GolovinaEvgeniia Golovina, Tayaza FadasonTayaza Fadason, Justin O'SullivanJustin O'Sullivan
The largest functional module identified from the Ai-PPIN is enriched for diverse biological functions. Mainly, the module consists of proteins involved in cancer suppressor activity (e.g., TP53), signal transduction pathways and various cancer related pathways. The details of the proteins forming the module, GO and KEGG pathways enrichment analysis results are provided here.



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