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Table 4 One-to-one resonance assignment results from PeakWalker input

From: Combining automated peak tracking in SAR by NMR with structure-based backbone assignment from 15N-NOESY

Protein UbcH5B Histone H1 hBclXL hBclXL*
Num Correct 119.5 66.2 101.9 99.8
Num Correct Range 119-120 65-67 101-103 99-101
Acc (%) 98.0 94.7 95.6 94.5
Acc Range (%) 97.5-98.4 92.9-95.7 94.4-97.2 93.5-95.2
Num HN - HN Correct 157 114 116.1 118.3
Acc HN - HN (%) 92.7 90.9 90.0 86.3
Num HN - Hα Correct 168.2 104.9 128.6 0
Acc HN - Hα (%) 75.6 65.4 63.1 0
  1. The input many-to-one mappings for hBclXL had a 96.7% accuracy with 116 correct and 1.3 residues per peak on average. The input for UbcH5B had values of 98.3%, 120, and 1.2. The input for histone H1 had values of 98.8%, 85, and 1.3. The results are averages over 10 trials, where each trial is a different NOESY simulation. The unambiguous reference mapping was used to measure the accuracy for histone H1. The NOE assignment accuracy for each contact type is defined as the percentage of the number of contacts of the given type that is assigned to the correct NOESY peak. * The last column gives the results of using only HN-HN contacts for hBclXL.