In Silico Protein-Protein Interactions Prediction Service

Protein-protein interaction (PPI) is a highly specific physical contact established between two or more protein molecules, which is the result of biochemical events generated by interactions, including electrostatic forces, hydrogen bonds, and Hydrophobic effect. Many are physical contacts of molecular associations between chains that occur in cells or living organisms in a specific biomolecular environment. Proteins rarely work alone because their functions tend to be regulated.

Protein-Protein Interactions.Figure 1. Protein-Protein Interactions.

Overall solutions

ComputaBio can provide you with protein interaction prediction services through a variety of different methods, and we can accurately predict protein interactions based on different aspects. The services we provide mainly include:

  • In silico protein-protein interactions prediction (ISPPIsP)
  • In silico protein-protein interactions networks prediction (ISPPINsP)
  • In silico protein-protein interactions sites prediction (ISPPIsSP)

Our services

Project name In Silico Protein-Protein Interactions Prediction Service
Samples requirements Our in-silico protein-protein interactions prediction service requires you to provide specific requirements.
Detection cycle Decide according to your needs.
Service including We provide you with raw data and analysis service.
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Our advantages

  • Use multiple methods to produce the most accurate PPI prediction.
  • Short service cycle.
  • Advanced instruments and technologies.
In Silico Protein-Protein Interactions Prediction Service

ComputaBio can provide you but not limited to:

ComputaBio provides corresponding in silico protein-protein interactions prediction service. Our services provides result that it is very useful for understanding the biochemical basis of physiological events. Our expert team can choose the most suitable analysis method for you, so you don't have to worry about technical issues. The ComputaBio team has been working in this field for more than ten years and has published his findings in top scientific journals.

* It should be noted that our service is only used for research, not for clinical use.


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