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Thousands of Rab GTPases for the Cell Biologist

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Resources we make available.

(A) Snapshots of the database which provides public access to the results of the Rabifier applied to the Superfamily database [41] and the online version of the Rabifier. (B) Statistics of the current content of 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 [114]) of the eukaryotic taxa is derived from [115].

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