MMM-D is a result of the combined efforts of Dr. Elisabeth Tillier, her students, collaborators and funding agencies.
Here is a brief description of the work done by various team members
designed and implemented the initial version
of MMM-D (Oct 2009);
protein Ids to various database protein Ids
extracted known protein-protein interactions from various databases
mapped them to OMA proteins
and calculated MMMpG scores
Alexandr Bezginov and Gregory W. Clark
identified the co-evolving OMA clusters
by using MatrixMatchMaker
and calculated MMM scores
as a fast and efficient algorithm for protein co-evolution detection.
Dr. Elisabeth Tillier
, and supervised this study.
Dr. Elisabeth Tillier, Alexandr Bezginov, Gregory W. Clark & Nisa Dar
contributed to the data analysis.