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Fig. 2

From: NoLogo: a new statistical model highlights the diversity and suggests new classes of Crm1-dependent nuclear export signals

Fig. 2

Twenty seven possible configurations for the Pkc1 NES. Each row corresponds to a possible spacer configuration. C1-C2-C3 indicate the lengths of the three spacers. Bold letters in the amino acid sequence correspond to hydrophobic residues. Letters in blue correspond to the letters in the hydrophobic positions in the corresponding configuration. P(C = C1-C2-C3 |X) is the posterior probability of the configuration under the NoLogo model. Posterior probabilities for configurations are indicated by the line graph adjacent to the sequences. Currently accepted NES classes along with unknown classes are indicated in the right column

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