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AbstractThe accurate and rapid prediction of generic nanoscale interactions is a challenging problem with broad applications. Much of biology functions at the nanoscale, and our ability to manipulate materials and engage biological machinery in a purposeful manner requires knowledge of nano-bio interfaces. While several protein-protein interaction models are available, they leverage protein-specific information, limiting their abstraction to other structures. Here, we present NeCLAS, a general,doi:10.1101/2022.08.09.503361 fatcat:cel3xoffejd5van4p3d7q2qjsu