M. Fayez Aziz

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The formation of protein structural domains requires that biochemical functions, defined by conserved amino acid sequence motifs, be embedded into a structural scaffold. Here we trace domain history onto a bipartite network of elementary functional loop sequences and domain structures defined at the fold superfamily level of SCOP classification. The(More)
— Metabolomic networks describe correlated change in metabolite levels that crucially link the transcriptome and proteome with the complex matter and energy dynamics of small molecule metabolism. These networks are atypical. They do not directly portray regulatory and pathway information, yet they embed both. Here we study how stress rewires the metabolomic(More)
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