DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013361.s001
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Abstract: Figure S1. The number of DS-related homologs, common homologs and non-homologs remaining in the test set from the experiments presented in Fig. 2 as the alignment ratio cutoff decreases. The alignment cutoff (x-axis) applied in this study is designed to remove globally-superimposeable homologous protein pairs from the testing datasets. Since many common homologous pairs are globally-superimposeable, as this cutoff lowers, the amount of common homologs (the green cure) decreases much more rapidly than the amo…

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