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Genome-Wide Analysis of Protein Disorder in Arabidopsis thaliana: Implications for Plant Environmental Adaptation

Figure 1

Overall predicted global disorder and disordered binding regions in A. thaliana and H. sapiens proteins.

Left: percentages of disordered proteins (disordered proteins criterion: those proteins containing at least 50% disordered residues based on Disopred predictions). Right: average percentages of disordered residues involved in binding (DBRs), as predicted by ANCHOR. The stars denote significant differences evaluated with the same Chi-square tests described in the Methods section and illustrated in Figure 1 but using all proteins (i.e. not restricted to a particular GO functional class).

Figure 1