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Figure 1: Abundance of intrinsic disorder in six datasets analyzed in this study - (a) human membrane (red and blue circles) and nonmembrane proteins (pink and cyan circles); (b) human membrane (red and blue circles) and nonmembrane prostate cancer-related proteins (pink and cyan circles) from Russian dataset; (c) human membrane (red and blue circles) and nonmembrane prostate cancer-related proteins (pink and cyan circles) from KEGG-dataset. Data for all these sets are shown in a form of proteins with per-protein disorder score above (red and pink circles) or below AVG (blue and cyan circles). AVGs for nonmembrane and membrane proteins are shown as medium dashed dark green and short dashed dark gray lines.

Figure 1: Abundance of intrinsic disorder in six datasets analyzed in this study - (a) human membrane (red and blue circles) and nonmembrane proteins (pink and cyan circles); (b) human membrane (red and blue circles) and nonmembrane prostate cancer-related proteins (pink and cyan circles) from Russian dataset; (c) human membrane (red and blue circles) and nonmembrane prostate cancer-related proteins (pink and cyan circles) from KEGG-dataset. Data for all these sets are shown in a form of proteins with per-protein disorder score above (red and pink circles) or below AVG (blue and cyan circles). AVGs for nonmembrane and membrane proteins are shown as medium dashed dark green and short dashed dark gray lines.