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Table 3 Statistical summary of the recommended conformational B-cell epitopes

From: Staged heterogeneity learning to identify conformational B-cell epitopes from antigen sequences

Distance N(cluster) Maxlen Minlen Avelen N(cluster) Maxlen Minlen Avelen N(cluster) Maxlen Minlen Avelen
4 3.94 18.78 4.13 8.68 5.49 11.30 2.38 4.66 5.47 22.95 4.55 9.23
6 2.83 20.99 8.50 12.90 4.44 12.82 4.11 6.79 3.87 26.45 9.28 14.28
8 2.28 22.06 13.10 16.21 3.45 14.73 6.83 9.58 2.73 28.77 14.57 20.01
10 2.00 22.49 14.12 17.27 2.88 15.71 8.02 10.83 2.33 29.84 16.93 21.86
12 1.81 22.77 15.23 18.42 2.47 16.50 9.80 12.36 1.88 31.11 21.97 25.67
14 1.63 23.02 16.60 19.45 2.12 17.23 11.35 13.56 1.62 31.62 23.93 27.22
16 1.48 23.55 18.57 20.87 1.79 18.13 13.26 15.27 1.46 32.07 26.42 28.96
18 1.36 23.65 20.16 21.76 1.61 18.56 15.60 16.79 1.35 32.34 28.49 30.27
  1. Three sets of results from the three test data sets (from left to right): ‘Ren92unbound’, ‘Exp106’ and ‘Exp165’. Each group includes columns of N(cluster), Maxlen, Minlen and Avelen. N(cluster) stands for the average number of epitopes on each antigen, Maxlen is the maximum length of residues of an epitope, and Minlen is the minimum length of residues of an epitope, Avelen indicates the average length of residues of an epitope