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Table 3 Hydrolases larger than 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
arthropoda 98 0.75 0.51 -0.048 0.251 606
metazoa 262 0.85 0.56 -0.046 0.254 649
eukaryota 279 0.88 0.58 -0.045 0.255 644
mammalia 95 0.88 0.56 -0.046 0.256 720
chordata 108 0.90 0.58 -0.046 0.257 705
enterobacteria 8 0.99 0.74 -0.054 0.279 633
eubacteria 49 1.12 0.76 -0.047 0.276 654
g-proteobacteria 32 1.17 0.79 -0.049 0.285 643
ascomycetes 13 1.21 0.88 -0.046 0.278 552
proteobacteria 35 1.22 0.79 -0.048 0.286 638
fungi 14 1.25 0.88 -0.045 0.279 553