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Fig. 4 | Genome Biology

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

Fig. 4

Function and species distribution analysis of the PF15461. a Proteins in PF15461 participate in the photosynthetic pathways. PF15461 is a Beta-carotene 15,15′-dioxygenas which catalyzes or regulates the conversion of beta-carotene to retinal. b Predicted structure and function for PF15461. The structure of PF15461 has a helix-bundle fold, with structure-based function annotations including “oxidoreductase activity” (GO:0016491, MF), single-organism metabolic process (GO:0044710, BP), and “respiratory chain” (GO:0070469, CC). c Species distribution on the family level of PF15461. Forty-two families were detected, and the kingdoms to which they belong were marked in different colors. d Sequence distribution for PF15461 in different water layers. In Tara Oceans dataset, samples were divided in shallow and deep layers and significant differences were detected in two water layers based on Wilcox test

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