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Table 2 The efficiency of the rank-BLAST clustering procedure for the re-construction of genomic groups.

From: Stratification of co-evolving genomic groups using ranked phylogenetic profiles

Species No. proteins classified into a cluster‡ No. proteins classified into a corresponding genomic group† % of the proteins in a species (out of the complete proteome) classified into a genomic group No. of genomic groups dominated by the species†
Total 2748 (71%) 2505 (91%) 64% 20
M. genitalium 454 (95%) 445 (98%) 92% 2
U. parvum 367 (60%) 280 (76%) 46% 7
S. pyogenes 1522 (90%) 1452 (95%) 86% 4
B. aphidicola 302 (53%) 247 (82%) 43% 4
N. equitans 102 (19%) 81 (79%) 15% 3
  1. ‡ In brackets: the percentage out the total number of proteins in the species (or in the 5 species in the first row), as shown in Table 1.
  2. † Genomic groups are clusters with at least 10 members. Their size and content is described in Figure 3. In brackets: the percentage out the number of proteins classified into a cluster.