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Interactome-Wide Prediction of Protein-Protein Binding Sites Reveals Effects of Protein Sequence Variation in Arabidopsis thaliana

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Overall description of the predicted binding sites in the Arabidopsis interactome.

(A) Network representation of the Arabidopsis interactome and predicted interaction sites. The vertices and edges in black represent, respectively, the 985 proteins and the 1498 interactions to which predicted motifs are mapped. (B) Degree distributions from the complete protein-protein interaction dataset (grey) and from the subset with only proteins and interactions that have a predicted motif (black). A and B suggest that our method is not biased to predict motifs that can be mapped only to proteins with high degree (i.e. number of interactions); moreover, the proteins with predicted motifs are distributed in different positions in the network. (C) Percentage of residues in the interfaces, either in the predicted interfaces or those observed in the structurally mapped dataset. Standard deviation is indicated.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0047022.g003