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TABLE 4.2Protein Family Classification and Integrative Associative Analysis for Functional Annotation

Superfamily ClassificationDescription
A. Functional inference of uncharacterized hypothetical proteins
SF034452TIM-barrel signal transduction protein
SF004961Metal-dependent hydrolase
SF005928Nucleotidyltransferase
SF005933ATPase with chaperone activity and inactive LON protease domain
SF005211alpha/beta hydrolase
SF014673Lipid carrier protein
SF005019[Ni,Fe]-Hydrogenase-3-type complex, membrane protein EhaA
B. Correction or improvement of genome annotations
SF025624Ligand-binding protein with an ACT domain
SF005003Inactive homologue of metal-dependent protease
SF000378Glycyl radical cofactor protein YfiD
SF000876Chemotaxis response regulator methylesterase CheB
SF000881Thioesterase, type II
SF002845Bifunctional tetrapyrrole methylase and MazG NTPase
C. Enhanced understanding of structure, function, evolutionary relationships
SF005965Chorismate mutase, AroH class
SF001501Chorismate mutase, AroQ class, prokaryotic type

NOTE: PIRSF protein family reports detail supporting evidence for both experimentally validated and computationally predicted annotations.

From: 4, Computational Tools

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Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing and Biology.
National Research Council (US) Committee on Frontiers at the Interface of Computing and Biology; Wooley JC, Lin HS, editors.
Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2005.
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