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Domain combinations for 53300,57184,57184,57184,57196,53300,_gap_,58002 superfamilies in groups of genomes

The selected domain combination is the occurrence of the following superfamily domains in N- to C-Terminal order:

53300 - vWA-like
57184 - Growth factor receptor domain
57184 - Growth factor receptor domain
57184 - Growth factor receptor domain
57196 - EGF/Laminin
53300 - vWA-like
58002 - Chicken cartilage matrix protein

Phylogenetic distribution

Other domain architectures with a similar genomic distribution.
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Network of domain occurrence in all genomes

Domain combinations in groups of genomes

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Domain combinations in individual genomes

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Complete genomes
Genome     Number
Homo_sapiens_76_38   (Human)   2
Nomascus_leucogenys_76_1.0   (Northern white-cheeked gibbon)   1
Ictidomys_tridecemlineatus_76_2   (Thirteen-lined ground squirrel)   1
Meleagris_gallopavo_76_2   (Turkey)   1

Longest transcript per gene
Genome     Number
Homo_sapiens_69_37   (Human)   1
Nomascus_leucogenys_69_1.0   (Northern white-cheeked gibbon)   1
Ictidomys_tridecemlineatus_69_2   (Thirteen-lined ground squirrel)   1
Meleagris_gallopavo_69_2   (Turkey)   1

Others
Genome     Number
Homo_sapiens_75_37_(old_version_GRC)   (Human)   2
Homo_sapiens__(NCBI_version)   (Human)   1
STRING_v9.0.5_(STRING) 1
Uniprot_2018_03_genome 192
NCBI_2017_08_genome 12

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