Vu Thi Ngoc Anh, Nguyen Trong Dong, Nguyen Vu Hoang Vuong, Dang Thanh Hai, Do Duc Dong

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Abstract

Aligning protein-protein interaction networks from different species is a useful mechanism for figuring out orthologous proteins, predicting/verifying protein unknown functions or constructing evolutionary relationships. The network alignment problem is proved to be
NP-hard, requiring exponential-time algorithms, which is not feasible for the fast growth of biological data. In this paper, we present a novel protein-protein interaction global network alignment algorithm, which is enhanced with an extended large neighborhood search heuristics. Evaluated on benchmark datasets of yeast, fly, human and worm, the proposed algorithm outperforms state-of-the-art. Furthermore, the complexity of ours is polynomial, thus being scalable to large biological networks in practice.


Keywords


Heuristic, Protein-protein interaction networks, network alignment, neighborhood search


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