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Table 1 Co-distribution analysis result of the example outlined in Fig. 1

From: A computational approach to discovering the functions of bacterial phytochromes by analysis of homolog distributions

Query protein A1 from species A     
global BLAST run with E value of 0.000001   
gi A1 taxid A, BLAST homologs found in k = 4 species   
a: sorting range       4
b: gi of target protein      6
c: taxid of target protein      (above values for k and n for calculation of p)
l: number of species in which BLAST homologs were found
m: number of species identical with query protein   
p: probability for co-distribution     
e: 1 if the target protein is a direct BLAST ortholog of the query protein
f: protein annotation as      
a b c l m p e f
1 A1 A 4 4 6.67E-02 1 function one protein
2 A6 A 3 3 2.00E-01 0 function six protein
3 A8 A 2 2 4.00E-01 0 function eight protein
2 A2 A 4 3 5.33E-01 1 function two protein
5 A4 A 4 3 5.33E-01 0 function four protein
6 A5 A 2 1 5.33E-01 0 function five protein
7 A9 A 2 1 5.33E-01 0 function nine protein
8 A3 A 3 2 6.00E-01 0 function three protein
9 A7 A 3 2 6.00E-01 0 function seven protein
10 A0 A 1 1 6.67E-01 0 function zero protein