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Prediction of allosteric sites and mediating interactions through bond-to-bond propensities

Bibliographic reference Amor, B.R.C. ; Schaub, Michael ; Yaliraki, S.N. ; Barahona, M.. Prediction of allosteric sites and mediating interactions through bond-to-bond propensities. In: Nature Communications, Vol. 7, p. 12477 (August 2016)
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