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Four-node network motifs corresponding to the 'compensatory complexes/processes' theme.
(a) A schematic diagram unifying the collection of four-node motifs corresponding to the
'compensatory complexes/processes' theme; (b) examples of specific four-node motifs together with the motif statistics; (c) a specific example of a four-node subgraph matching a few of these motifs; (d) the larger structure corresponding to the network theme. Each colored link represents
one of the four interaction types according to the color scheme (see key). For a given
motif, N_{real }is the number of corresponding subgraphs in the real network, and N_{rand }describes the number of corresponding subgraphs in a randomized network, represented
by the average and the standard deviation.
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