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VirusMentha: a new resource for virus-host protein interactions.

Calderone A, Licata L, Cesareni G - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: In order to provide a general overview of such interactions, a few years ago we developed VirusMINT.We have now extended the scope and coverage of VirusMINT and established VirusMentha, a new virus-virus and virus-host interaction resource build on the detailed curation protocols of the IMEx consortium and on the integration strategies developed for mentha.VirusMentha is regularly and automatically updated every week by capturing, via the PSICQUIC protocol, interactions curated by five different databases that are part of the IMEx consortium.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy sinnefa@gmail.com.

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Mapping strategy. This figure shows the strategy used by VirusMentha to group all viruses into families. On the right, the diagram shows the strain annotated in the experimental evidence. The taxonomy tree is used to map back to the viral family, highlighted by red ovals.
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Figure 1: Mapping strategy. This figure shows the strategy used by VirusMentha to group all viruses into families. On the right, the diagram shows the strain annotated in the experimental evidence. The taxonomy tree is used to map back to the viral family, highlighted by red ovals.

Mentions: VirusMentha organizes the interactions according to viral families (Figure 1). The classification is based on the Baltimore classification which is based on the nucleic acid content of the virion (20,21). This classification is generally used in conjunction with the ICTV (The International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses) classification system in order to create a tree of viral species (22).


VirusMentha: a new resource for virus-host protein interactions.

Calderone A, Licata L, Cesareni G - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Mapping strategy. This figure shows the strategy used by VirusMentha to group all viruses into families. On the right, the diagram shows the strain annotated in the experimental evidence. The taxonomy tree is used to map back to the viral family, highlighted by red ovals.
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Figure 1: Mapping strategy. This figure shows the strategy used by VirusMentha to group all viruses into families. On the right, the diagram shows the strain annotated in the experimental evidence. The taxonomy tree is used to map back to the viral family, highlighted by red ovals.
Mentions: VirusMentha organizes the interactions according to viral families (Figure 1). The classification is based on the Baltimore classification which is based on the nucleic acid content of the virion (20,21). This classification is generally used in conjunction with the ICTV (The International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses) classification system in order to create a tree of viral species (22).

Bottom Line: In order to provide a general overview of such interactions, a few years ago we developed VirusMINT.We have now extended the scope and coverage of VirusMINT and established VirusMentha, a new virus-virus and virus-host interaction resource build on the detailed curation protocols of the IMEx consortium and on the integration strategies developed for mentha.VirusMentha is regularly and automatically updated every week by capturing, via the PSICQUIC protocol, interactions curated by five different databases that are part of the IMEx consortium.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biology, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy sinnefa@gmail.com.

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Related in: MedlinePlus