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Fig. 1 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

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From: High-throughput quantification of protein structural change reveals potential mechanisms of temperature adaptation in Mytilus mussels

Fig. 1

Box and whisker plots of hydrogen bonds and salt bridges per amino acid in M. galloprovincialis (white) and M. trossulus (grey) for (a) all unique proteins (b) the upper 25% of proteins with the most hydrogen bonds or salt bridges per amino acid, and (c) the upper 50% of proteins with the most hydrogen bonds or salt bridges per amino acid. Mann-Whitney U tests show that the upper 25 and 50% of proteins with the most hydrogen bonds or salt bridges per amino acid differs significantly between M. galloprovincialis and M. trossulus (asterisks, p < 0.05)

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