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Viral infections often cause diseases by perturbing several cellular processes in the infected host. Viral proteins target host proteins and either form new complexes or modulate the formation of functional host complexes. Describing and understanding the perturbation of the host interactome following viral infection is essential for basic virology and for the development of antiviral therapies. In order to provide a general overview of such interactions, a few years ago we developed VirusMINT.doi:10.1093/nar/gku830 pmid:25217587 pmcid:PMC4384001 fatcat:vimbvvqkxjdkpl2ksi3w5c6btm