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Background: Autistic individuals are often stereotyped as gifted mathematicians and, as a result, autistic traits and behaviours are generally believed to lead to exceptional mathematical ability. Much of society’s collective understanding of autism is based on media representations, which often...
Opportunities and Limitations of Using Melting Curve Dissimilarity to Determine Protein InteractionsDownload
Proteins are large biomolecules that perform many functions within an organism. Proteins frequently form interactions with other biomolecules. A group of proteins held together by interactions is known as a protein complex. Protein interactions are essential to many biological processes. Thus,...