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The short answer to this question is NO. To understand the reason one needs to appreciate certain things about proteins and about research into them. A primary objective in research into proteins is to understand how their structures determine how they work, not to classify them by function. Of course, assigning similar proteins to groups and using phrases ...


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I have read that the general definition for puncta is a small, distinct point. That's correct. From my understanding, puncta are dots. However, I was wondering whether puncta is a synonym for clusters of a protein In the context of fluorescence microscopy, a punctum (plural puncta) does not specifically refer to the aggregation of proteins. Any small, ...


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