Human protein (Figeys)
About this network
This is a network of interactions between proteins in Humans (Homo sapiens), from the first large-scale study of protein–protein interactions in Human cells using a mass spectrometry-based approach.
Network info
Code | MF |
Category | ⬤ Metabolic |
Data source | http://research.mssm.edu/maayan/datasets/qualitative_networks.shtml |
Vertex type | Protein |
Edge type | Interaction |
Format | Directed |
Edge weights | Unweighted |
Size | 2,239 vertices (proteins) |
Volume | 6,452 edges (interactions) |
Average degree (overall) | 5.7633 edges / vertex |
Fill | 0.0012876 edges / vertex^{2} |
Maximum degree | 314 edges |
Reciprocity | 0.620% |
Size of LCC | 2,217 vertices |
Size of LSCC | 8 vertices |
Wedge count | 353,779 |
Claw count | 21,373,531 |
Triangle count | 897 |
Square count | 166,681 |
4-tour count | 2,761,428 |
Power law exponent (estimated) with d_{min} | 1.7210 (d_{min} = 1) |
Gini coefficient | 67.2% |
Relative edge distribution entropy | 85.5% |
Assortativity | –0.33053 |
Clustering coefficient | 0.761% |
Diameter | 10 edges |
90-percentile effective diameter | 4.83 edges |
Mean shortest path length | 3.98 edges |
Spectral norm | 31.581 |
Algebraic connectivity | 0.10253 |
Downloads
TSV file: | maayan-figeys.tar.bz2 (18.57 KiB) |
References
[1] | Human protein (figeys) network dataset -- KONECT, October 2016. [ http ] |
[2] | Rob M. Ewing, Peter Chu, Fred Elisma, Hongyan Li, Paul Taylor, Shane Climie, Linda McBroom-Cerajewski, Mark D. Robinson, Liam O'Connor, Michael Li, Rod Taylor, Moyez Dharsee, Yuen Ho, Adrian Heilbut, Lynda Moore, Shudong Zhang, Olga Ornatsky, Yury V. Bukhman, Martin Ethier, Yinglun Sheng, Julian Vasilescu, Mohamed Abu-Farha, Jean-Philippe P. Lambert, Henry S. Duewel, Ian I. Stewart, Bonnie Kuehl, Kelly Hogue, Karen Colwill, Katharine Gladwish, Brenda Muskat, Robert Kinach, Sally-Lin L. Adams, Michael F. Moran, Gregg B. Morin, Thodoros Topaloglou, and Daniel Figeys. Large-scale mapping of human protein--protein interactions by mass spectrometry. Molecular Systems Biology, 3, 2007. |