A package for constructing and analyzing protein genotype networks in Python.
Genotype Networks were defined in a paper by Wagner (2014)[http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/281/1786/20132763]. A protein genotype network is defined as such: a graph, in which nodes are unique protein sequences, and edges connect nodes that differ by a single amino acid substitution, insertion or deletion.
This Python package is written to provide Pythonistas a way to construct and analyze protein genotype networks. Everything here is currently experimental, we would welcome pull requests and suggestions on how to make it more useful!
# Contributor List
- @Chevelant (Kyle Yuan, MIT)
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