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A Wiring of the Human Nucleolus
Anders M. Hinsby, Lars Kiemer, E. Olof Karlberg, Kasper L. Hansen, Anders Fausbøll, Agnieszka S. Juncker, Jens S. Andersen, Matthias Mann, Søren Brunak
Molecular Cell, vol 22 (2), 2006




Figure 2. Interactive version of the functional complexes of the human nucleolome

Figure 2. Interactive version of the functional complexes of the human nucleolome. Mouse over nodes to view the accession number and a brief description for one of the human proteins represented in this node. Clicking on a node will point your browser to the corresponding database entry in Uniprot or Entrez Protein.

Figure 3. Interactive version of the ribosome biosynthesis pathway

Figure 3. Interactive version of the ribosome biosynthesis pathway. Mouse over nodes to view the accession number and a brief description for one of the human proteins represented in this node. Clicking on a node will point your browser to the corresponding database entry in Uniprot or Entrez Protein.

Figure 4. Interactive version of the exosome

Figure 4. Interactive version of the exosome. Mouse over nodes to view the accession number and a brief description for one of the human proteins represented in this node. Clicking on a node will point your browser to the corresponding database entry in Uniprot or Entrez Protein.

Protein-protein interactions

Protein-protein interactions. View tables containing all protein-protein interactions for each complex. Each interaction is listed with the nodenames corresponding to the above figures and the actual proteins that contribute the interactions. Each protein accession is linked to either Uniprot or Entrez Protein and all interactions are linked to their BIND source.

mRNA co-expression data

mRNA co-expression data. View tables containing the mRNA co-expression data for each complex. Only co-expression with a correlation coefficient >= 0.7 is listed.

Supplementary Table 1
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Listing of all proteins in the 15 top scoring complexes




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Olof Karlberg,        Sren Brunak,