Median protein lengths in eukaryotic, bacterial and archaeal organisms

Range Table - link Amino acids
Organism Various
Reference Brocchieri L, Karlin S. Protein length in eukaryotic and prokaryotic proteomes. Nucleic Acids Res. 2005 Jun 10 33(10):3390-400 table 2 pp.3392-3PubMed ID15951512
Method "[Researchers] examined proteomes from 5 eukaryotic species, 16 archaeal species and 67 bacterial species [table 1 link ]. For human sequences, [they] used the Ensembl genome database (12) Release 29.35b collection of ‘known and new’ proteins based on the NCBI 35 assembly of the human genome. These proteomes contained 104,394 eukaryotic proteins, 37,141 archaeal proteins and 191,518 bacterial proteins. Protein lengths were compared with respect to taxonomic, functional and ecological classes...[They] evaluated results using the set of proteins classified in the COG (Clusters of Orthologous Groups of proteins) database and the set of genomic proteins included in the Pfam database of functional/structural domain alignments verified by human intervention (Pfam-A)."
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Entered by Uri M
ID 106444