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Figure 1

From: Analysis on multi-domain cooperation for predicting protein-protein interactions

Figure 1

An illustrative example for multi-domain interactions. (a) All multi-domain pairs are listed for two proteins P1 and P2. Proteins: P1 = {D a , D b , D c }, P 2 = {D e , D f } ; Domains: D a , D b , D c , D e , D f ; (b) The illustration of domain interactions by considering multi-domain pairs in the proposed model. There are one pair of interacting proteins and three pairs of non-interacting proteins. The bold line (red) represents interacting domain pair, while the dotted lines (green) are the deleted non-interacting domain pairs.

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