PPIs deliver unique cellular insights

In the vital process of human cells, up to 650,000 protein-protein interactions (PPIs) control biological activities. Cells with aberrant metabolism, including cancer cells, are dependent on specific PPIs. Conventional diagnostic tests merely characterize proteins expressed from the gene—they do not measure the interactions between these proteins.

Measuring disease-specific PPIs triggered by abnormal cell activities provides crucial information that genomic methods do not provide, filling a critical gap to advance research.