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December 2006

Closeup view of a region of the Protein Homology Network (PHN) that allows displaying either the homology relationships within a family or the genetic distance between the members. Protein families show a high density of connections. Different colors identify VirB1, AvhB1, VirB4, TraH, Slt, and TrbN bacterial families (See Covacci et al).

Image Credit: Illustration by Giorgio Corsi


Modularity and Dynamics of Cellular Networks

Yuan Qi, Hui Ge


The Genome: An Outsider's View

Carl Zimmer

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