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Table 3 Comparison between the number of different compartments per D-pairs, proteins in D-pairs, and singleton proteins from the same GO categories

From: Functional diversification of duplicate genes through subcellular adaptation of encoded proteins

  Singleton D-protein D-pair
Biological process* Total no. Average no. of compartments Total no. Average no. of compartments P-value Total no. Average no. of compartments P-value
Regulation of biological process 64 1.30 59 1.56 0.020 32 2.31 1.92E-10
Macromolecule metabolic process 247 1.28 98 1.54 0.001 52 2.31 1.57E-19
Cell organization and biogenesis 160 1.28 57 1.60 0.021 37 2.38 2.27E-14
Primary metabolic process 325 1.30 110 1.52 0.005 57 2.28 1.93E-20
Catabolic process 53 1.47 32 1.41 0.370 16 2.19 1.19E-04
Establishment of localization 81 1.17 33 1.55 0.013 19 2.37 1.82E-09
Biosynthetic process 162 1.30 32 1.53 0.044 18 2.11 1.52E-07
Cellular metabolic process 372 1.32 120 1.52 0.006 62 2.27 1.42E-21
Regulation of biological process 64 1.30 59 1.56 0.020 32 2.31 1.92E-10
  1. The data are derived from 8 categories with at least 30 proteins per group - see text for details. *GO level 3. Mann-Whitney U test comparing D-proteins and singletons. Mann-Whitney U test comparing D-pairs and singletons.