International Journal of Genomics / 2018 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Classification of Complete Proteomes of Different Organisms and Protein Sets Based on Their Protein Distributions in Terms of Some Key Attributes of Proteins

Figure 1

(a) Representative protein-density contour maps of (left) an animal (H. sapiens) and (right) a plant (A. thaliana) proteome. Short proteins (ln(L) < 4.3 or L < 74) and long proteins (ln(L) > 7.3 or L > 1480) are treated as ln(L) = 4.3 and ln(L) = 7.3, respectively, for statistics. (b) Differential protein density contour map between H. sapiens (DHsa) and A. thaliana (DAth) indicates that short disordered proteins are enriched in the plant proteome; and the animal proteome has more long disordered proteins.

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