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ADAN: A database for prediction of protein-protein interaction of modular domains mediated by linear motifs. J. A. Encinar, Fernandez-Ballester G., Sánchez I.E., Hurtado-Gomez E., Stricher F., Beltrao P., Serrano L. 2009. Bioinformatics. 25(18): 2418-2424.

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