Ralstonia solanacearum is a plant pathogen which can infect an unusually wide range of hosts. This bacterium and its host Arabidopsis thaliana have become a model system for studying the molecular basis of plant-pathogen interactions. For any phytopathogenic, protein-protein interactions (PPIs) play very important roles in infecting hosts. PPIs between R. solancearum and A. thaliana were constructed by two bioinformatic methods, the interolog and domain-based methods. The predicted PPIs were compiled as a PPI network called PPIRA, which contains 3074 PPIs between R. solancearum and A. thaliana. Users can query a R. solancearum or A. thaliana protein and a table containing potential interacting partners will be returned. The descriptions of the returned table can be found here. Users can also download all PPIs from here.

Input a protein name:

For example: If you would like to search A. thaliana proteins which may interact with a R.solanacearum protein you are interested, you can submit different types of the R.solanacearum protein ID, such as NCBI GI (e.g. gi_17545246), NCBI Reference Sequence (e.g. NP_518648.1), gene locus_tag (e.g. RSc0527), gene name (e.g. lnt). Similarly, if you would like to search R. solanacearum proteins which may interact with an A. thaliana protein you are interested, you can also submit different types of the A. thaliana protein ID, such as TAIR (e.g. AT1G63440.1), NCBI GI (e.g. gi_15222419), NCBI Reference Sequence (e.g. NP_176533.1), Uniprot Accession (e.g. Q9SH30) and ORF name (e.g. F2K11.18 or F2K11_18).


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