Table 2

Comparison between disorder data sources. The different disorder data sources are compared in terms of available sequence entries and distribution of ordered and disordered residues. The distribution of disordered regions is also shown in terms of the lowest (1st) and highest (3rd) quartiles, median and mean.

Residues

Disordered region lengths


Source

Entries

Annotated

Disordered

Fraction disordered

1st quartile

Median

Mean

3rd quartile


DisProt

794

84,671

79,820

0.943

8

20

58.88

63


IDEAL

207

47,967

6,077

0.127

5

16

49.95

62.25


PDB-nmr

7,556

642,252

120,117

0.187

4

7

19.72

22


PDB-xray

180,373

47,309,921

2,400,507

0.050

5

20

88.96

132


DisEMBL-465

4,662,776

2,070,982,327

238,367,624

0.115

13

26

81.34

85


DisEMBL-HL

4,662,776

2,070,982,327

529,251,895

0.255

12

20

41.92

45


ESpritz-disprot

4,662,776

2,070,982,327

165,087,066

0.080

18

102

239.1

347


ESpritz-nmr

4,662,776

2,070,982,327

621,164,099

0.300

6

14

34.71

36


ESpritz-xray

4,662,776

2,070,982,327

252,651,437

0.122

6

25

106.1

128


IUPred-long

4,662,776

2,070,982,327

462,197,994

0.223

1

4

28.97

22


IUPred-short

4,662,776

2,070,982,327

404,986,684

0.195

2

5

32.69

25


Di Domenico et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 7):S3   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-14-S7-S3

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