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Table 1 The number of common predicted proteins (overlap) among the top 100 proteins ranked by different centrality measures

From: An ensemble framework for identifying essential proteins

Datasets Centrality measures BC EC SC CC #overlaps among five centrality measures
#overlap #EP #overlap #EP #overlap #EP #overlap #EP #overlap #EP
PIN76K DC 66 22 57 26 92 38 51 20 29 7
BC    36 12 63 21 49 16
EC      65 30 41 12
SC        51 19
PIN24K DC 84 36 57 29 97 43 71 31 43 21
BC    47 24 82 36 64 28
EC      56 29 67 29
SC        70 31
  1. Proteins are ranked according to the scores calculated by each centrality measure. Then top 100 ranked proteins for each centrality measure are selected as the candidates of essential proteins, out of which the number of true essential proteins are determined. #overlap represents the number of common predicted proteins among the top 100 ranked proteins by different centrality measures and #EP the number of true essential proteins among the overlaps