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Protein interaction networks have become an essential tool in large-scale data analysis, integration, and the visualization of high-throughput data in the context of complex cellular networks. Many individual databases are available that provide information on binary interactions of proteins and small molecules. Community efforts such as PSICQUIC aim to unify and standardize information emanating from these public databases. Here we introduce PsicquicGraph, an open-source, web-baseddoi:10.12688/f1000research.3-44.v1 pmid:25075287 pmcid:PMC4097353 fatcat:hpq6pbjoyfbfpmdbtkdljry3gm