Summary: Integrating protein-protein interaction experiments and genetic datasets can lead to new insight into the cellular processes implicated in diseases, but this integration is technically challenging. Here, we present Genoppi, a web application that integrates quantitative interaction proteomics data and results from genome-wide association studies or exome sequencing projects, to highlight biological relationships that might otherwise be difficult to discern. Written in R, Python and Bash script, Genoppi is a user-friendly framework easily deployed across Mac OS and Linux distributions. Availability: Genoppi is open source and available at https://github.com/lagelab/Genoppi Contact: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
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