LEAPdb: a database for the late embryogenesis abundant proteins
1 Université d'Angers, Laboratoire d'Hémodynamique, Interaction Fibrose et Invasivité tumorale hépatique, UPRES 3859, IFR 132, Université d'Angers, F-49045 Angers, France
2 Université d'Angers, UMR 1191 Physiologie Moléculaire des Semences, IFR 149 QUASAV, F-49045 Angers, France
BMC Genomics 2010, 11:221 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-11-221Published: 1 April 2010
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Tables of the article. Table S1: Main classifications of LEAP with time. Evolution of the classification of LEAP initially started by Dure and his colleague who discovered them. Now, the best classification is the PFAM numbering. Table S2: Structural characteristics of LEAP. PFAM, CDD and Interpro numbers and specific motif sequence of each LEAP family. The amount of LEAP found in LEAPdb for each motif is compared to the one found by scanning UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL. Table S3: The 71 LEAP entries from Arabidopsis thaliana in LEAPdb. For a better comparison, the numbering of LEAP is rigorously the same as in Table 1 of the article of Hundertdmark and Hincha . Table S4: Taxonomy of the organisms in LEAPdb. The amount of LEAP is indicated within the 196 organisms in LEAPdb. Table S5: Some physico-chemical properties of LEAP. The minimum and the maximum values of the amino acids sequence length, the molecular weight (MW), the isoelectric point (pI), the Fold Index (FI) and the grand average of hydropathy (Gravy) is indicated for each specific motif sequence found in the different LEAP families. Table S6: Main characteristics of the amino acids composition of LEAP. The range of percentage of some specific amino acids is calculated over the total number of LEAP in LEAPdb retrieved using the indicated motif.
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