Analysis of Pan-Omics Data in Human Interactome Network (APODHIN) is a platform for integrative analysis of transcriptomics, proteomics, genomics, and metabolomics data for identification of key molecular players and their interconnections exemplified in cancer scenario. APODHIN works on a meta-interactome networks consisting of human protein-protein interactions, miRNA-target gene regulatory interactions, and transcription factor-target gene regulatory relationships, respectively. In its first module, APODHIN maps proteins/genes/miRNAs from different omics data in its meta-interactome network and extracts the network of biomolecules that are differentially altered in the given scenario. Using this context specific, filtered interaction network, APODHIN identifies topologically important nodes (TINs) implementing graph theory based network topology analysis and further justifies their role via pathway and disease marker mapping. These TINs could be used as prospective diagnostic and/or prognostic biomarkers and/or potential therapeutic targets. In its second module, APODHIN attempts to identify cross pathway regulatory and protein-protein interaction (PPI) links connecting signaling proteins, transcription factors, and miRNAs to metabolic enzymes via utilization of single-omics and/or pan-omics data and implementation of mathematical modeling. Interconnections between regulatory components such as signaling proteins/TFs/miRNAs and metabolic pathways need to be elucidated more elaborately in order to understand the role of oncogene and tumor suppressors in regulation of metabolic reprogramming during cancer. APODHIN platform contains a web server component where users can upload single/multi omics data to identify TINs and cross-pathway links. Tabular, graphical and 3D network representations of the identified TINs and cross-pathway links are provided for better appreciation. Additionally, this platform also provides a database part where cancer specific, single and/or multi omics dataset centric meta-interactome networks, TINs, and cross-pathway links are provided for cervical, ovarian, and breast cancers, respectively. APODHIN platform is freely available at http://www.hpppi.iicb.res.in/APODHIN/home.html. ### Competing Interest Statement The authors have declared no competing interest.
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