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Fig. 1 | Genome Biology

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From: Fueling ab initio folding with marine metagenomics enables structure and function predictions of new protein families

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Prediction result of unknown protein structure families assisted by marine microbial data. a Predicted gene count distribution for the 245 whole-genome sequence runs. Gene distributions predicted from 245 runs of Tara data are illustrated and marked as red lines. After assigning these genes to 2801 Pfam families, the assigned gene distribution for the 245 runs are illustrated and marked as green lines. b Microbial community profiles of the top 10 genera at the genus level. Vertical axis represents the relative abundance for each genus and horizontal axis the 245 Tara ocean samples ranked (from small to large) by their respective gene counts. c Nf distribution for the 27 Pfam families. Vertical axis represents the Nf values for the 27 Pfam families. The Pfam with the largest Nf is PF06698 (736), and the smallest NF score is PF11351 (15). Horizontal axis represents the 444 Pfam families ranked by their Nf score. d Nf and TM-score distribution for the 27 Pfam families (Nf over 64). Vertical axis represents the NF for the 27 Pfam families. The Pfam with the largest Nf is PF07624 (376), and the smallest Nf is PF11233 (69)

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