Yes, miRNet provides multiple functions to help with this task. First go to the Interaction Table page:
- Delete a single edge: search for the edge (using the two connecting nodes) and click “Delete Edge” in the corresponding row.
- Delete a single node: search for the node name from the corresponding columns, then click “Delete”
- Delete multiple nodes: the above approaches also allow users to batch delete nodes based on other experimental evidence by filtering based on the information in the “Method” or “Literature” columns.