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An Analytical Approach to Network Motif Detection in Samples of Networks with Pairwise Different Vertex Labels

Table 2

The mean number of 3-motifs with interesting similarities and differences in the eight samples of effective connectivity networks (ECNs). The 3-motifs represent important patterns of interactions before and during the processing of painful electrical stimuli. The samples originate from all combinations of the group assignment. MD—patients suffering from major depression, HC—healthy control subjects, left and right—stimulated side, pre and post—time window with respect to the stimulus condition.

MotifMDHC
left right left right
prepostprepostprepostprepost

(1)910380.tab.002a4.07.09.05.07.05.08.0

(2)910380.tab.002b5.04.05.0

(3)910380.tab.002c4.55.07.04.06.05.0

(4)910380.tab.002d4.26.34.2

(5)910380.tab.002e4.56.06.06.04.0

(6)910380.tab.002f4.04.35.04.2

(7)910380.tab.002g5.54.54.04.45.05.9

(8)910380.tab.002h7.07.05.0

(9)910380.tab.002i5.05.03.05.0

(10)910380.tab.002j7.06.04.04.05.0

(11)910380.tab.002k4.58.57.05.65.56.0

(12)910380.tab.002l5.06.04.04.04.0

(13)910380.tab.002m4.03.05.0

(14)910380.tab.002n4.04.15.0

(15)910380.tab.002o4.34.34.0

(16)910380.tab.002p4.57.34.3

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