The Protein Interactions Expert

Data Analysis Software: PIMRider

Our scientist browsing our protein interactions database

PIMRider® is a functional proteomics software for the exploration of Protein Interaction Maps (PIM®).

Click here to browse our published dataset using our protein interaction database PIMRider (Drosophila melanogaster, Helicobacter pylori, TGFβ pathway, Beclin pathway, Human Muscle Interactome).

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  • Explore and analyze your protein interaction data in an intuitive format
  • Combine your interaction data with other biological information (e.g. functional annotations, protein interactions from the literature, genetics, expression profiles)


PIMRider is made of 4 different viewers

PROTEIN VIEWER®Browse the interacting proteins

  • Browse the list of interacting proteins with their confidence score PBS® (Predicted Biological Score)
  • Access public interaction data (e.g. IntAct, Biogrid, Mint, etc.)
  • Review functional and structural annotations: description, aliases, function, localization, links to bibliographic and external databases, protein sequence and genomic information

PIM VIEWER® - Ride the interactions

  • Explore your PIM: different graph layouts, path search functions
  • Display multiple PIM for comparative proteomics
  • Filter interactions by technology, confidence score, library or subcellular localization
  • Save, load and print graphs for your communications

INTERACTION VIEWER® - Review the details of ULTImate screen data

  • Access each interacting clone and its associated experimental sequence
  • Delineate the minimal interacting domain (SID®, Selected Interacting Domain) on each partner

DOMAIN VIEWER® – Display and compare interacting, structural and functional domains

  • Compare experimental binding domains (bait and SID) with structural and functional domains (PFAM, SMART, InterPro, signal peptides, transmembrane segments, coiled-coil regions …)
  • Filter interactions by domain type and confidence score


  • Straightforward analysis and navigation inside complex networks
  • Immediate overview of biological connections involving your favorite proteins
  • Direct access to protein annotations and publications
  • Comparison of interacting and functional domains
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