Table 3

Distance between partitions*, (Δ-distance in 1000s)

Partition

VNS

SNS

DNS

VPS

SZS

DZS

VNL

SNL

DNL

VPL

SZL

DZL

SCOP


VNS

0

30

24

31

30

28

27

46

37

47

41

51

65

SNS

30

0

24

35

25

23

44

32

38

51

38

51

65

DNS

24

24

0

31

21

22

39

42

25

48

37

48

66

VPS

31

35

31

0

37

32

43

50

43

28

47

56

71

SZS

30

25

21

37

0

27

42

43

37

50

28

51

69

DZS

28

23

22

32

27

0

44

47

36

49

42

41

63

VNL

27

44

39

43

42

44

0

48

37

49

37

51

75

SNL

46

32

42

50

43

47

48

0

41

56

47

49

84

DNL

37

38

25

43

37

36

37

41

0

52

39

53

73

VPL

47

51

48

28

50

49

49

56

52

0

54

56

83

SZL

41

38

37

47

28

42

37

47

39

54

0

56

70

DZL

51

51

48

56

51

41

51

49

53

56

56

0

91

SCOP

65

65

66

71

69

63

75

84

73

83

70

91

0


*Partitions obtained from automatic methods, are identified by three letter code. The first letter in the name of each automatic partitions indicates the structures comparison method (V, S and D, for VAST, SHEBA and DALI respectively), the second letter, the score (N, P, and Z, for number of matched residues, Pcli and Zscore, respectively), and the third letter indicates the level cut (L) or largest size cut (S) strategies. SCOP corresponds to the C class fold partition of the manual classification SCOP.

Sam et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2008 9:74   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-9-74

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