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A network representation of the CORUM database.
Nodes represent complexes and are ordered by number of unique components (shown as number next to groups). Edges denote shared components between complexes. The number of shared components is reflected in the colour (from yellow (few) to red (many) shared components) as well as in the line width. The large, highly overlapping complexes in the first row are mainly modules of the ribosome (6 out of 12) and spliceosome (3 out of 12). Other large complexes include RNA polymerase, respiratory chain complex and the proteasome. The group of complexes with only 1 member are homo-dimers.