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Table 2 Summary of the nine different decoys sets from decoys-R-us

From: Residue contact-count potentials are as effective as residue-residue contact-type potentials for ranking protein decoys

  Decoys   Range of RMSD
DataSet NoP NoR MLen NoD MD Min. Median Max.
vhp-mcmd 1 36 33 6256 6256 0.5 7.3 12.8
hg-structal 29 4338 141 870 30 0.5 3.0 30.3
4-state-reduced 7 448 60 4659 666 0.8 5.5 9.4
ig-structal-hires 20 4548 224 400 20 0.7 2.1 6.4
ig-structal 61 13893 224 3720 61 0.7 2.0 6.8
fisa 4 241 52 2003 501 2.8 7.4 14.1
fisa-casp3 4 368 82 5995 1499 3.6 11.6 20.9
lmds 10 534 48 4346 435 2.4 7.8 13.5
semfold 6 440 68 32718 13037 0.1 10.7 15.1
lattice-ssfit 8 565 67 8288 2000 4.7 9.8 15.6
Totals 150 25411   69255     
  1. The nine different sets of decoys taken from the Decoys-R-Us database [54]. For each decoy set, the number of proteins (NoP) in the set is given, along with the total number of residues (NoR) and the mean length of the proteins (MLen). The total (NoD) and mean (MD) number of decoys per-protein is also given. Within each decoy set, the range of RMSD values over all the decoys in the set are indicated, along with the median of that distribution.