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Global architecture of genetic interactions on the protein network

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Figure 1: Overlap in connectivity between physical and genetic interaction networks.


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Ozier, O., Amin, N. & Ideker, T. Global architecture of genetic interactions on the protein network. Nat Biotechnol 21, 490–491 (2003).

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