Thousands of Rab GTPases for the Cell Biologist
(A) Snapshots of the database www.RabDB.org which provides public access to the results of the Rabifier applied to the Superfamily database  and the online version of the Rabifier. (B) Statistics of the current content of www.RabDB.org in terms of number of genomes (left), absolute number of Rabs either belonging to a subfamily also present in humans or not (middle), and the relative fraction of the two types of Rabs for a given branch (right). The cladogram (i.e. the branch length are arbitrary, see ) of the eukaryotic taxa is derived from .