18 research outputs found

    Average weight of enzymes in the compressed Archaea graphs, and average importance of enzymes in the compressed part shared by two domains.

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    <p>Average weight of enzymes in the compressed Archaea graphs, and average importance of enzymes in the compressed part shared by two domains.</p

    Correlation between taxonomic and isoenzymatic weights.

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    <p>Correlation between taxonomic and isoenzymatic weights.</p

    Correlation between taxonomic and sequence similarity weights.

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    <p>Correlation between taxonomic and sequence similarity weights.</p

    The strength of relationship between taxonomic and sequence similarity weights as estimated by permutation tests.

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    <p>The strength of relationship between taxonomic and sequence similarity weights as estimated by permutation tests.</p

    Isoenzymatic weight in a section of glycolysis.

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    <p>The weights for <i>Archaea</i> are in red, the weights for <i>Eubacteria</i> are in blue.</p

    The correlations of compression results between domains.

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    <p>The correlations of compression results between domains.</p

    Correlation of weights between domains.

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    <p>Correlation of weights between domains.</p

    Constructing weighted metabolic networks.

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    <p>The metabolism of each species is a specific instantiation of the super-metabolism. Nodes in grey mean that they do not occur in a specific genome.</p

    A example of weighted graph compression based on node weights.

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    <p>Node weights are in the parenthesis.</p

    The ratio of specific or ubiquitous enzymes to the enzymes that have weights in the pathways. is the number of enzymes that have weights.

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    <p>The ratio of specific or ubiquitous enzymes to the enzymes that have weights in the pathways. is the number of enzymes that have weights.</p
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