The DIMA web resource--exploring the protein domain network. Conserved domains represent essential building blocks of most known proteins. Owing to their role as modular components carrying out specific functions they form a network based both on functional relations and direct physical interactions. We have previously shown that domain interaction networks provide substantially novel information with respect to networks built on full-length protein chains. In this work we present a comprehensive web resource for exploring the Domain Interaction MAp (DIMA), interactively. The tool aims at integration of multiple data sources and prediction techniques, two of which have been implemented so far: domain phylogenetic profiling and experimentally demonstrated domain contacts from known three-dimensional structures. A powerful yet simple user interface enables the user to compute, visualize, navigate and download domain networks based on specific search criteria. AVAILABILITY: http://mips.gsf.de/genre/proj/dima

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  1. Rasti, Saeid; Vogiatzis, Chrysafis: A survey of computational methods in protein-protein interaction networks (2019)
  2. Zhang, Ya-Nan; Pan, Xiao-Yong; Huang, Yan; Shen, Hong-Bin: Adaptive compressive learning for prediction of protein-protein interactions from primary sequence (2011)
  3. Pagel, Philipp; Oesterheld, Matthias; Tovstukhina, Oksana; Strack, Normann; Stümpflen, Volker; Frishman, Dmitrij: DIMA 2.0 - predicted and known domain interactions. (2008) ioport
  4. Pagel, Philipp; Oesterheld, Matthias; Stümpflen, Volker; Frishman, Dmitrij: The dima web resource---exploring the protein domain network (2006) ioport