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Table 2 Percentage of transcripts encoding disordered proteins predicted to be targeted by miRNA

From: Insights into the regulation of intrinsically disordered proteins in the human proteome by analyzing sequence and gene expression data

  Total* Unique Match Percentage§
Category of disorder     
   Highly disordered 877 827 257 31.08
   Highly ordered 5,693 5,351 782 14.61
   Disordered 15,095 14,282 5,056 35.40
   Ordered 18,774 17,766 3,433 19.32
   All proteins 33,869 32,010 8,468 26.45
Percentage of disorder     
   Disordered     
[0,20] 4,271 4,055 1,402 34.57
(20,40] 6,957 6,603 2,300 34.83
(40,60] 3,036 2,866 1,119 39.04
(60,80] 679 644 233 36.18
(80,100] 152 143 20 13.99
Total 15,095 14,311 5,074 35.45
   Ordered     
[0,20] 16,341 15,503 3,037 19.59
(20,40] 2,173 2,024 362 17.89
(40,60] 214 207 35 16.91
(60,80] 33 31 4 12.9
(80,100] 13 9 0 0
Total 18,774 17,774 3,438 19.34
   Proteome     
[0,20] 20,612 19,536 4,429 22.67
(20,40] 9,130 8,618 2,658 30.84
(40,60] 3,250 3,073 1,154 37.55
(60,80] 712 675 237 35.11
(80,100] 165 152 20 13.16
Total 33,869 32,010 8,468 26.45
  1. For each data set, the *total number of transcripts encoding proteins and the number of unique protein sequences encoded by transcripts are given. A match occurs when a transcript of a protein sequence matches an mRNA targeted by a miRNA. §The percentage calculations are described in the Materials and methods. Values according to the category of disorder (Figures 1c, 2c) and the percentages of disordered residues (Figure 3c) are given.