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Length Variations amongst Protein Domain Superfamilies and Consequences on Structure and Function

By Sankaran Sandhya, Saane Sudha Rani, Barah Pankaj, Madabosse Kande Govind, Bernard Offmann, Narayanaswamy Srinivasan and Ramanathan Sowdhamini
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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