Table 1

List of complexes and proteins with ten largest degree/strength in bipartite/projection networks

Complex in bipartite network (degree)

Protein in bipartite network (degree)

Complex in projection network (degree)

Complex in projection network (strength)

Protein in projection network (degree)

Protein in projection network (strength)


27• (94)

Rps22a (24)

27• (163)

56• (1047)

Rpl33a (326)

Utp20 (860)


56• (94)

Rpl36b (24)

56• (162)

27• (994)

Rpl30 (323)

Rpl33a (815)


37 (65)

Rpl11b (22)

10••• (154)

55• (722)

Rpl16b (322)

Nop1 (800)


55• (65)

Rpl26b (21)

32** (152)

37 (680)

Utp20 (318)

Rpl26b (790)


1* (61)

Nop1 (21)

58 (148)

18•• (669)

Rps14a (295)

Rps22a (721)


18•• (58)

Rps14a (20)

37 (147)

23 (656)

Rps22a (294)

Rpl11b (711)


23 (57)

Rp130 (20)

45†† (147)

331 (640)

Nop1 (292)

Mpp10 (698)


39 (56)

Rp12b (20)

18•• (146)

371 (581)

Sro9 (281)

Rpl36b (678)


80(55)

Utp20 (20)

331 (145)

39 (577)

Rrp12 (276)

Rpp2b (675)


10••• (52)

Rpl33a (16)

41 (136)

211 (530)

Rpl6b (275)

Rps14a (673)


The annotated complexes in Ref. [16] are following: *U1 snRNP complex, Prp19-associate complex, **ribosome-associate complex (RAC), ††Translation initiation factor eIF3 complex, •complexes assigned as 'ribosomal proteins' function, ••tRNA modification function, and •••fatty acid metabolism and aromate anabolism predicted by our optimization method (Additional file 5, Table S1).

Lee et al. BMC Systems Biology 2011 5:126   doi:10.1186/1752-0509-5-126

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