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  • SARF [65],
  • Combinatorial Extension (CE) [66],
  • DALI [67],
  • Structural [68],
  • VAST [69],
  • FAST [70]
  • MAMMOTH [71]

have the great advantage of using atomic coordinates for both query and target proteins.

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