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Catalytic domains are emphasizedby the thick outlines, and the twofold rotational axis indicated by the vertical line. B. A side view of the symmetrical model for C1 shows Clq (unshaded) and the tetramer symmetrically located amongthe collagenous arms of Clq. According to the model, most of the C I r2 is located inside the cone, but the interaction domainsprotrude to connect with the interaction domains of Cls. The terminal CIs subcomponents are wrapped around the outside of the cone. The twofold axis of the tetramer coincides with the sixfold axis of Clq and is indicated by the vertical line.
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