Figure 4.

The average phylogenetic Jaccard coefficients for the inhibiting enzyme pairs in Human, Mouse, Rat, budding Yeast and E. coli. The higher score indicates higher functional correlation in an enzyme pair. The product of the first enzyme in the pair is the inhibitor for the second enzyme in the pair. For each organism, the yellow bar represents the average phylogenetic Jaccard coefficients from the common enzyme pairs whose inhibiting enzyme and inhibited enzyme are both from all the metabolic enzyme; the red one represents the average phylogenetic Jaccard coefficients from the RLE pairs whose inhibiting enzyme is from all the RLE; the blue one represents the average phylogenetic Jaccard coefficients from the pairs whose inhibiting enzyme and inhibited enzyme are both RLEs.

Zhao and Qu BMC Genomics 2011 12(Suppl 3):S10   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-S3-S10