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Table 1 General statistics on non-sequential cases.

From: A comprehensive analysis of non-sequential alignments between all protein structures

Best alignment: #28,949 (35.2%) (dataset D1) Alternative: 17,428 (21.2%) (dataset D1) Alternative with tightened (dataset D1) Alternative with tightened (dataset D2)
F 18,701 (22.7%) C 15,933(19.4%) 9,226 (11.2%) C 11,742 (14.3%) F 10,818 (13.2%) 717(15.4%)
   W 1,949 (2.4%) 2,008 (2.4%) W     
   X 819 (1.0%) 508 (0.6%) X     
   S 2,324 (2.8%) 1,901 (2.3%) S 5,438 (6.6%) M 3,164 (3.9%) 192 (4.1%)
M 8,764 (10.7%) C 867 (1.1%) 315 (0.4%) C     
   W 1,925 (2.3%) 1,030 (1.3%) W     
   X 3,648 (4.4%) 2,192 (2.7%) X     
R 1,484 (1.8%) S 497 (0.6%) 139 (0.2%) S 248 (0.3%) R 252(0.3%) 26 (0.6%)
   C 695 (0.8%) 59 (0.1%) C     
   W 224 (0.3%) 42 (0.1%) W     
   X 68 (0.1%) 8 (0.0%) X     
  1. Annotation of classes: F is forward, M is mixed and R is reverse. Annotation of subclasses: S is simple, C is circular, W is swap and X is complex. The column "Best alignment" shows numbers obtained using the best (largest) alignment, while the column "Alternative" shows the statistics calculated when trivial cases of non-sequential alignment have been eliminated using alternative alignments, as described in the text. The last two columns show the statistics when tightened criteria have been used. There is no line for forward simple alignments as they are sequential.