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The network organization of protein interactions in the spliceosome is reproduced by the simple rules of food-web models

The network organization of protein interactions in the spliceosome is reproduced by the simple rules of food-web models

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PIRES, Mathias M., Mauricio CANTOR, Paulo R. GUIMARÃES, Marcus A. M. DE AGUIAR, Sérgio F. DOS REIS, Patricia P. COLTRI, 2015. The network organization of protein interactions in the spliceosome is reproduced by the simple rules of food-web models. In: Scientific reports. Springer Nature. 5(1), 14865. eISSN 2045-2322. Available under: doi: 10.1038/srep14865

@article{Pires2015-10-07netwo-50663, title={The network organization of protein interactions in the spliceosome is reproduced by the simple rules of food-web models}, year={2015}, doi={10.1038/srep14865}, number={1}, volume={5}, journal={Scientific reports}, author={Pires, Mathias M. and Cantor, Mauricio and Guimarães, Paulo R. and de Aguiar, Marcus A. M. and Dos Reis, Sérgio F. and Coltri, Patricia P.}, note={Article Number: 14865} }

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