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From: Hydrophobins from Aspergillus species cannot be clearly divided into two classes

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Hydropathy patterns. Hydropathy patterns of SC3 from S. commune, EAS from N. crassa, RodA from A. fumigatus, HFBI and HFBII from T. reesei and proteins ATEG_06492 and ATEG_04730 from A. terreus. The amino acids of the hydrophobins are shown along the x-axis, where cysteines are indicated by vertical lines. Hydrophobic amino acids are shown above the x-axis, while hydrophilic amino acids are shown below. Only the part of the sequence from the first to the eighth cysteine was used to create the hydropathy pattern.

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