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WD40-repeat proteins, as one of the largest protein families, often serve as platforms to assemble functional complexes through the hotspot residues on their domain surfaces, and thus play vital roles in many biological processes. Consequently, it is highly required for researchers who study WD40 proteins and protein-protein interactions to obtain structural information of WD40 domains. Systematic identification of WD40-repeat proteins, including prediction of their secondary structures,doi:10.1093/nar/gku1023 pmid:25348404 pmcid:PMC4383882 fatcat:j2i6ai65jnezjkth7d5tsjgs5a