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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Protein-protein interactions form the basis for many intercellular events. In this paper we develop a tool for understanding the structure of these interactions. Specifically, we define a method for identifying a set of structural motifs on protein-protein interface surfaces. These motifs are secondary structures, akin to α-helices and β-sheets in protein structure; they describe how multiple residues form knob-intohole features across the interface. These motifs are generated entirely fromdoi:10.1007/11851561_20 fatcat:ejgxxnocbza2vackq6vpkm65ai