a) Figure 1a  


b) Figure 1b  


c) Figure 1c


Figure 1. From Protein Networks to Genomic Maps. a) Traditional Protein Network. b) Genome Wide Functional Linkage Map of M. tuberculosis. c) Zoomed in Region of the Genome Wide Functional Linkage Map, displaying clusters of functionally related genes. Such analysis facilitates the inference of protein function and the identification of functional modules on a genome-wide basis. (Adapted from Strong et al. Nucleic Acids Research, 31: 7099-7109, 2003)

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