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Caption: The foreground shows snapshots of structurally similar protein-protein interfaces (center), formed by proteins from different structural folds (corners). In the background are representations of the structural space of around 1,000 protein-protein interfaces. Each node represents a protein interface, and each edge represents significant structural similarity.
Credit: Credit: Mu Gao
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