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Table 2 New domains identified in Plasmobase, possibly by co-occurrence (Cooc)

From: Plasmobase: a comparative database of predicted domain architectures for Plasmodium genomes

  First timea Enriching domainsb New domainsc Brand-new domainsd
Cooce Totalf Cooce Totalf Cooce Totalf Cooce Totalf
P. falciparum 3D7 467 916 1052 1200 1519 2116 603 971
P. falciparum IT 368 691 893 984 1261 1675 496 741
P. vivax 324 659 871 996 1195 1655 525 824
P. knowlesi H 289 578 858 955 1147 1533 504 736
P. cynomolgi 296 614 703 792 999 1406 392 632
P. reichenowi CDC 373 679 911 1004 1284 1683 513 737
P. chabaudi 328 730 785 874 1113 1604 468 678
P. berghei 316 666 768 841 1084 1507 431 635
P. yoelii 17X 310 754 776 847 1086 1601 427 646
P. yoelii yoelii 17XNL 253 714 660 724 913 1438 370 556
P. yoelii YM 310 702 779 851 1089 1553 426 642
  1. aNumber of domain predictions occurring on proteins with no annotation in PlasmoDB
  2. bNumber of new domains enriching known protein architectures
  3. cTotal number of new domains, corresponding to the sum of a and b
  4. dNumber of new domains that occur in no proteins for the current Plasmodium species, according to PlasmoDB
  5. eNumber of predicted domains that are supported by co-occurrence
  6. fTotal number of identified domains, predicted or not based on co-occurrence