Launch JNets

Clicking on the rounded button to the right will launch the JNets applet.

The network data that this JNets example uses is from the HIV-1, Human Protein Interaction Database, commisioned by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

We have used this protein interaction data to build an interaction network. Supplied in the HIV-1, Human Protein Interaction Database is additional information that we have used as annotations in JNets. These annotations are:

  • The interaction type - a verb describing the interaction (edge annotation).
  • The pubmed IDs of the source articles that report the interaction (edge annotation).
  • The "geneRif" - a short piece of text describing the interaction (edge annotation).

We have also supplied some extra annotation:

  • Gene Ontology descriptions from the biological process, cellular component and the molecular function ontologies (node annotations)

You could try exploring the network through examining these annotations. This JNets launch is configured to include some preset filters that you may want to take a look at. These show the different interaction types within the network and also some GO terms we have selected. Have fun!