NetworkBLAST analyzes protein interaction networks across species to infer protein complexes that are conserved in evolution.
For comparing multiple networks use Networkblast-M; for an executable of NetworkBLAST please refer to here.

Set a new NetworkBLAST job

Select number of species: 2-species 1-species
Upload input data
Species #1 PPI data
Species #2 PPI data
BLAST data for 2 species proteins
Or select this to use example data:
Set algorithm parameters
Density of a complex [0.5-0.99]
BLAST threshold [1e-64..1e-7]
False negatives #1 [0.0-0.8]
False negatives #2 [0.0-0.8]
Reliability computation threshold [150-5000]
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NetworkBLAST software was developed and written as a collaborative effort between Dr. Roded Sharan's laboratory at Tel Aviv University, Professor Richard Karp's laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley and Professor Trey Ideker's laboratory at the University of California, San Diego.
Web-server engine was developed by Maxim Kalaev at Dr. Roded Sharan's laboratory at TAU.

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