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From: The nuclear localization of SWI/SNF proteins is subjected to oxygen regulation

Figure 3

Graphical representation of protein-protein interaction networks for the nuclear proteins that changed their locations in response to hypoxia and reoxygenation in shorter time periods. The information on the biochemical interactions and complex formation of the 17 faster responding nuclear proteins was downloaded from the SGD database, and then imported to Cytoscape for network construction. The proteins are shown as round nodes in different colors based on their cellular functions. The GO terms for protein complexes or functional categorizations are indicated and shown in square nodes. Nodes of the same sub-networks are colored similarly, and a key for the coloring of the nodes is shown. Lines represent an association of the protein to a particular complex or functional GO term.

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