Host-microbe protein-protein interaction by interface mimicry
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HMI-PRED 2.0 is designed to understand how microbial organisms affect human health and disease. HMI-PRED 2.0 predicts host-microbe interactions based on 3D structures of proteins.

HMI-PRED 2.0 is a web service designed and implemented by Hansaim Lim, Ph.D., a postdoctoral researcher at the Frederick National Laboratory, National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health (Computational Structural Biology section; PI: Ruth Nussinov, Ph.D.). HMI-PRED 2.0 server is operated and maintained at the COSBI LAB at KOC University.

Cite HMI-PRED 2.0

Please consider citing the following manuscript if you use HMI-PRED 2.0 for your project.
Hansaim Lim, Chung-Jung Tsai, Ozlem Keskin, Ruth Nussinov, and Attila Gursoy. HMI-PRED 2.0: a biologist-oriented web application for prediction of host–microbe protein–protein interaction by interface mimicry. Bioinformatics. 2022 Link