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Protein interaction databases represent unique tools to store, in a computer readable form, the protein interaction information disseminated in the scientific literature. Well organized and easily accessible databases permit the easy retrieval and analysis of large interaction data sets. Here we present MINT, a database (http ://cbm.bio.uniroma2.it/mint/ index.html) designed to store data on functional interactions between proteins. Beyond cataloguing binary complexes, MINT was conceived todoi:10.1016/s0014-5793(01)03293-8 pmid:11911893 fatcat:hvc6ejihvzfa5i4674gkehjb6a