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Sci. Signal., 24 November 2009
[DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.2000546]

Supplementary Materials for:

Eukaryotic Protein Domains as Functional Units of Cellular Evolution

Jing Jin,* Xueying Xie, Chen Chen, Jin Gyoon Park, Chris Stark, D. Andrew James, Marina Olhovsky, Rune Linding, Yongyi Mao,* Tony Pawson*

*To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: pawson{at} (T.P.); yymao{at} (Y.M.); jjin{at} (J.J.)

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  • Section S-I. Characterization of the functional relationships between RhoGEF/RhoGAP pairs Tuba/Rich1, and DEPDC1/P-Rex1.
  • Section S-II. Correlation between protein kinase regulatory and catalytic domains.
  • Section S-III. Web site for domain clubs across seven genomes.
  • Section S-IV. Supplementary methods.
  • Section S-V. Supplementary references.
  • Table S1. Domains found in common versus domains that are unique to SH2 domain proteins or SH3 domain proteins.
  • Fig. S1. Functional characterization of RhoGEF and RhoGAP protein pairs.
  • Fig. S2. Domain profiling of human protein kinases (PTK) and protein tyrosine phosphatases (PTP).
  • Fig. S3. Domain profiling of the human kinome.
  • Fig. S4. Domain profiling across six eukaryotic kinomes.
  • Fig. S5. Domain club cut-off selection.
  • Fig. S6. Test of the robustness of the domain profiling method for applications in large data sets.
  • Fig. S7. A Web site for domain club analysis—example of Dicer1 and its DSRM domain.
  • Fig. S8. General procedure for spreading-on-graph (SOG) clustering in the analysis of the molecular environments of domain families.
  • Fig. S9. The interactomes of the 70 domain families employed in the analysis of domain-based functional compartments.
  • Fig. S10. An overview of the Royal Family of domains.
  • Fig. S11. Sequence characteristics of the mouse Piwi clade of the Argonaute proteins.
  • Fig. S12. An MS/MS spectrum of a tryptic peptide containing dimethylated (2me) Arg53 of endogenous Miwi protein from testis.

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Citation: J. Jin, X. Xie, C. Chen, J. G. Park, C. Stark, D. A. James, M. Olhovsky, R. Linding, Y. Mao, T. Pawson, Eukaryotic protein domains as functional units of cellular evolution. Sci. Signal. 2, ra76 (2009).

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