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A motif is a pattern that you discover in a structure by analysis. For example, common sequence motifs are short sequence fragments with parts similar to a regular expression. So, if you have a motif like "A*C" this matches to the sequences "AAC" and "ACC" but not to "ACA". You can reverse the process to discover the motif from the sequences. Similarly with ...
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