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  • n. A subset of a cluster


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sub- +‎ cluster


  • In the two data sets analyzed earlier, BiMax and CC algorithms failed to recover known proteins complexes, whereas the PLAID model was the only method that recovered hINO80 complex and the subcluster shared by SRCAP and TRRAP/TIP60 complexes in the TIP49a/b data set, and also the core hubs PPP2R1A and PPP2CA of the PP2A data set.

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  • His mitochondrial DNA belongs to the K1 subcluster of the mitochondrial haplogroup K, but it cannot be categorised into any of the three modern branches of that subcluster. - Articles related to Tutankhamun – the secrets of the tomb go online

  • The presence of higher copy numbers in a more highly expressed subcluster is particularly prevalent in teleosts.

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  • The women are only accidentally riding together, and, suddenly, through the group - nearly dispersing it - pedals a subcluster of young women on mountain bikes, agile, balanced, weight forward, utterly at home on two wheels.

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