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Cytochrome f, large domain domain occurrence in all genomes
This undirected network displays the co-occurrence of
domain architectures for the
Cytochrome f, large domain superfamily across the model species included in SUPERFAMILY. Nodes in
this undirected network represent genomes. Connections between nodes represent the
presence of domain architectures, which contain the Cytochrome f, large domain
superfamily, in both genomes. The size of each node corresponds to the number of proteins
found in that genome which include a domain of the Cytochrome f, large domain superfamily. Edge thickness
corresponds to the number of shared domain architectures
containing the Cytochrome f, large domain superfamily between two genomes.
Nodes without any connecting edges contain domain architectures which do not occur in any other
genome. The name of each genome can be found by holding the mouse over each node.