Network Pharmacology (Stelzl)

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From molecular interaction networks to personalized drug treatment


Stelzl, Ulrich, Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.rer.nat.                   

Jany-Luig, Evelyne, M.Sc.

Heine Christian Lukas, Mag.pharm. Dr.rer.nat.

Woodsmith, Jonathan, PhD


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Research summary

The group is focusing on the analysis of molecular interaction networks with the aim to understand the dynamics of molecular networks underlying cellular processes related to human disease. Experimental functional genomics techniques, e.g. HTP Y2H screening, are utilized in combination with biochemical, cell biological and computational methods.

Network biology offers a more comprehensive understanding of biological processes. Advances in systems biology indicate that complex diseases may not be treated effectively by interventions at single drug targets and with single drugs. Network biology will advance our understanding of drug action and will be an important piece in developing individualized medicine. 


Recommended reading on network biology / network pharmacology

Review: Studying post-translational modifications with protein interaction Networks in Current Opinion in Structural Biology. doi: 10.1016/j.sbi.2013.11.009


Viewpoint: Molecular interaction networks in the analyses of sequence variation and proteomics data in Proteomics Clinical Applications doi: 10.1002/prca.201300039 


A new discipline: network science !? An insight commentary at Nature Physics suggests ...  The network takeover by Albert-László Barabási (Boston|Massachusetts)


For starters, a technology feature on interaction mapping free at Nature magazine (2012) ...  The interaction map by Monya Baker (Editor at Nature|Nature Methods)


To get a quick idea about the "interactome" a technology feature at Nature magazine (2010) may be helpful ...  Interactome under construction by Laura Bonetta (Garrett Park|Maryland)  


Publications

Updated research records can be found at

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Recent selected publications

Apelt L, Knockenhauer KE, Leksa NC, Benlasfer N, Schwartz TU, Stelzl U (2016)
Systematic Protein-Protein Interaction Analysis Reveals Intersubcomplex Contacts in the Nuclear Pore Complex.
Mol Cell Proteomics 15:2594.
PMID:27194810
access the PPI data via INTACT, EBI(IMEx) 

Grossmann A*, Benlasfer N*, Birth P, Hegele A, Wachsmuth F, Apelt L, Stelzl U (2015)
Phospho-tyrosine dependent protein-protein interaction network.
Mol Syst Biol 11:794.
PMID:25814554
full text open access article
access the PPI data via INTACT, EBI(IMEx)

Stelzl U (2014)
E. coli network upgrade.
Nat Biotechnol 32: 241-243. (N&V)
PMID:24727776

Woodsmith J, Stelzl U (2014)
Studying post-translational modifications with protein interaction networks.
Curr Opin Struct Biol 24: 34-44. (review)
PMID:24721451 

Woodsmith J, Kamburov A, Stelzl U (2013)
Dual Coordination of Post Translational Modifications in Human Protein Networks.
PLoS Comput Biol 9: e1002933.
PMID:23505349
full text open access article

Weimann M*, Grossmann A*, Woodsmith J*, Ozkan Z, Birth P, Meierhofer D, Benlasfer N, Valovka T, Timmermann B, Wanker EE, Sauer S, Stelzl U (2013)
A Y2H-seq approach defines the human protein methyltransferase interactome.
Nat Methods 10: 339-342.
PMID:23455924
access the PPI data via INTACT, EBI(IMEx) 

Hegele A*, Kamburov A*, Grossmann A, Sourlis C, Wowro S, Weimann M, Will CL, Pena V, Lührmann R, Stelzl U (2012)
Dynamic Protein-Protein Interaction Wiring of the Human Spliceosome.
Mol Cell 45: 567-580.
PMID:22365833
full text via Open Archive at Cell press
access the PPI data via INTACT, EBI(IMEx) 


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