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Table 3 Maximum and average results for the Glm Clan

From: Reconstruction of ancestral RNA sequences under multiple structural constraints

  %Z %Y H-mean EnSZ FreqSZ EnSY FreqSY
Sankoff 100 100 1.40e-03 -18.7 1.40e-03 -18.7 1.40e-03
average 99.1 93.0 6.60e-06 -15.5 4.09e-06 -17.8 1.55e-04
1struct 100 100 8.76e-03 -19.3 8.76e-03 -19.3 8.76e-03
average 99.1 93.0 9.02e-05 -16.1 5.54e-05 -17.4 5.68e-04
2struct 100 100 2.45e-03 -19.3 1.27e-03 -21.3 3.26e-02
average 99.1 94.5 7.45e-06 -16.1 3.78e-06 -19.4 9.27e-04
PAML GlmZ 92.9 90.6 1.53e-05 -18.1 7.66e-06 -22.6 1.14e-02
PAML GlmY 92.9 90.6 1.98e-07 -17.5 9.90e-08 -22.5 3.30e-04
  1. The %Z (resp. %Y) column shows the percentage of all structured positions in the GlmZ (resp. GlmY) family for which the ancestral sequences can form canonical basepairs. The H-mean column represents the harmonic mean. The EnSZ column (resp. EnSY) shows the energy of the sequence when folded in the secondary structure of the family GlmZ (resp. GlmY). The FreqSZ column (resp. FreqSY) shows the frequency in the ensemble of the secondary structure of GlmZ (resp. GlmY). The first six rows show maximum and average results for Sankoff, CalculateScores-1struct and CalculateScores-2structs algorithms. The last two rows represent values obtained for the PAML root ancestral sequence reconstructed on the GlmZ family and on the GlmY family