Data Curation and Storage
Data curation and storage is a strength of our group. In 2002, we developed MINT (the Molecular INTeraction database) which was soon recognized by the international community as one of the main protein interaction databases.
Our mission is to adopt high quality data standards and to offer solid web services. MINT is an active member of the IMEx consortium, together with other partners of the Molecular Interaction work group of the HUPO-PSI. Since 2013, IntAct and MINT joined forces to create the MIntAct project, a single resource to improve curation and software development efforts.
While continuing our work in data curation and storage and we are now broadening our resources with new services: mentha and virus mentha, integrated interactome databases, and SIGNOR an extensive signaling interaction database.