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Figure 4 | BMC Bioinformatics

Figure 4

From: Comparative analysis of protein interaction networks reveals that conserved pathways are susceptible to HIV-1 interception

Figure 4

Statistical significance of the interactions between HIV-1 and the conserved pathways (with no gaps). (A) The p-values of the number of human proteins that interact with HIV-1 proteins within conserved pathways with different sizes (L = 16: red, L = 32: blue, L = 64: green). (B) The p-values of the total number of predicted human/HIV-1 interactions within conserved pathways. (C) The p-values for the average predicted interaction scores within conserved pathways.

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