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Table 2 Hydrolases from 380 to 519 amino acids sorted by taxa of their host n is the number of hydrolases in the group, charge the charge per residue, turn the relative number of turn- forming residues. Only groups with at least eight hydrolases were included.

From: How to find soluble proteins: a comprehensive analysis of alpha/beta hydrolases for recombinant expression in E. coli

Taxon n CV-CV' average CV-CV' first quartile Charge average Turn average Length average
actinobacteria 15 0.30 -0.33 -0.060 0.246 439
ascomycetes 15 0.52 0.09 -0.047 0.235 447
fungi 21 0.67 0.25 -0.046 0.242 435
eubacteria 79 0.84 0.30 -0.044 0.251 437
proteobacteria 38 0.89 0.44 -0.042 0.250 436
g-proteobacteria 11 0.96 0.59 -0.055 0.279 454
arthropoda 40 1.04 0.50 -0.034 0.246 441
eukaryota 165 1.04 0.72 -0.035 0.246 443
a-proteobacteria 19 1.08 0.56 -0.030 0.239 439
metazoa 136 1.08 0.76 -0.033 0.245 444
chordata 76 1.25 0.99 -0.030 0.249 448
mammalia 71 1.25 0.98 -0.031 0.251 446
plants 8 1.42 1.10 -0.034 0.268 452