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Protein structures are comprised of modular elements known as domains. These units are used and re-used over and over in nature, and usually serve some particular function in the structure. Thus it is useful to be able to break up a protein of interest into its component domains, prior to similarity searching for example.
Feldman, H.J. (2012) Identifying structural domains of proteins using clustering. BMC Bioinformatics.