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As with the DE lines, the CC lines give an indication about the level of characterization of a protein. The example provides experimentally verified information about the “FUNCTION”, the quatenary structure (“SUBUNIT”), the “SUBCELLULAR LOCATION” and the “TISSUE SPECIFICITY” of the protein. A description of the “DISEASE(s)” known to be associated with a deficiency of the protein, a description of the “SIMILARITY” of the protein with other proteins, and a cross reference to network “DATABASE” resource(s) for this specific protein are also found.

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