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Fig. 7 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 7

From: ProClaT, a new bioinformatics tool for in silico protein reclassification: case study of DraB, a protein coded from the draTGB operon in Azospirillum brasilense

Fig. 7

Pearson Correlation Coefficient of the genes co-occurrence in complete bacterial genomes. The nifO, nifH, nifD, nifK, nifE, nifN, nifB, draT and draG genes were analyzed. The Pearson Correlation Coefficient is a well-established measure of correlation with range from +1 (perfect correlation) to −1 (perfect but negative correlation), in which 0 is the absence of a relationship [29]. The highest p -value found was 6.7*10−39, indicating that all pairs of variables have correlation significantly different from zero. Image generated by Matlab

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