Information used for this search:
Sequence identity thresholds: 0% for structure matches, 0% / 0% for homo-/hetero-dimeric prot-prot interactions, 0% for prot-chem and 0% for prot-DNA/RNA interactions. Proteins in experimental protein interactions were grouped using uniref50, and interactions were also considered to be reliable if both proteins had at least 90% seq identity to an interaction of 3D structure.
The table below gives various details for each gene/protein as a whole. n = number of changes, n! = number of mismatches, nP = number of sites and protein-protein interfaces, nC = number of sites and protein-chemical interfaces, nD = number of sites and DNA/RNA interfaces. Mechismo Score measures the overall impact of all changes on biomolecular interactions predicted. Mousing over on the column header gives more information.
The table below gives various details for each change. ! = whether or not the original amino acid matched our sequence, nP = number of proteins this site interacts with, Prot = the most confident protein interactors, nC = the number of chemicals the site interacts with, Chem = list of all chemical classes, DNA = details of DNA/RNA binding sites. Mechismo score measures the overall functional impact of this change on biomolecular interactions predicted. T, I, and A links take you to pages detailing the particular structure showing This change only, all changes at the Interface, or All changes respectively. The first square in Prot/Chem/DNA columns gives the confidence (High, Medium, or Low) and the second denotes the predicted effect (Enabling, Disabling or Neutral). Mousing over the column header gives more information.