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catenated

Decorated by a chain-like motif.
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Varshavsky, "Arrest of segregation leads to accumulation of highly intertwined catenated dimers: Dissection of the final stages of SV40 DNA replication," Cell, vol.
The features of physicochemical properties from AAindex1 for targets and those of descriptors for drugs are catenated for representing each drug-target pair.
We can conclude that more adsorption sites may affect the adsorption and separation capabilities, as in IRMOF-9, catenated structure with additional adsorption sites can adsorb more propane, and the maximum adsorbed amount of propane is two times better than that of MIL-53(Al), resulting in the better adsorption and better selectivity.
An interesting extension of our results would be to consider figures with no merging function, where catenation is a partial operation defined for those figures that do not overlap when catenated. Additional restrictions on figures would have to be imposed (e.g., starting point on the inner boundary and end point on the outer boundary of a figure).
To subscribe to the revisionist narrative requires the unwarranted relegation of two securely established analytical principles: that social formations are pervasively integrated and interdependent structures of institutional and cultural configuration; and that the historical processes variably reproducing and transforming those structures are not random or irregular, but unfold in path-dependent sequences that give rise to catenated trajectories of varying temporal duration.