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Table 3 Bi-directional paths

From: Protein domain organisation: adding order

Genome % bidirectional links
Caenorhabditis elegans 4.9 (11.0)
Escherichia coli 3.1 (6.5)
Homo sapiens 6.3 (14.4)
Mus musculus 5.5 (14.5)
Saccharomyces cerevisiae 6.2 (10.4)
  1. The number of pairs of nodes with bi-directional paths connecting them. Within the set, some are the result of a single domain architecture with domains arranged ABA while others occur in multiple proteins with one domain architecture AB and another BA. The percentage of adjacent domain pairs with bidirectional links is given followed by the number of standard deviations between the randomised and observed domain graphs. We see a significant difference in all cases (p < 0.001).