Table 2

Incorrect domain hits with alignment scores above domain-specific thresholds

(A) Type of incorrect hit

(B) Domains with incorrect hits

(C) No incorrect hits above threshold

(D) With incorrect hits above threshold

(E) Incorrect hits above correct domain threshold

(F) Incorrect hits above hit domain threshold


None

9.0%

264

-

-

-

All incorrect hits

91.0%

1778

887

9.1%

25.9%

Parent/ancestor

82.0%

1838

564

9.0%

82.3%

Child/descendant

9.4%

59

215

42.8%

9.1%

Other domain in hierarchy

78.7%

1939

367

2.7%

5.5%

Domain outside hierarchy

17.3%

444

64

9.3%

29.7%


(A) Classes of incorrect hits, labelled by hierarchical relationship to the specific domain. (B) Percent of domains with each type of incorrect hit to its representative sequences, among a total of 2929 domains. (C) The number of domains without incorrect hits that score above the correct domain's threshold and (D) with incorrect hits that score above the correct domain's threshold. (E) Percent of non-self hits that score above the correct domain's threshold or (F) the hit domain's threshold. In (E-F), the percent is averaged over domains with the respective class of non-self hits.

Fong and Marchler-Bauer BMC Research Notes 2008 1:114   doi:10.1186/1756-0500-1-114

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