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Table 3 Summary of TreeSAAP output.

From: Extreme primary and secondary protein structure variability in the chimeric male-transmitted cytochrome coxidase subunit II protein in freshwater mussels: Evidence for an elevated amino acid substitution rate in the face of domain-specific purifying selection

  M seq MCOX2-extension only F seq
Amino Acid Property 1 -- 3 6 -- 8 1 -- 3 6 -- 8 1 -- 3 6 -- 8
Composition   neg/destab     
Hydropathy   neg/destab   neg/destab neg/stab neg/destab
Isoelectric point neg/stab   neg/stab    
Molecular volume pos/stab neg/destab pos/stab    
Polar requirement   neg/destab   neg/destab pos/stab neg/destab
Polarity   neg/destab pos/stab neg/destab pos/stab neg/destab
Alpha-helical tendencies       neg/destab
Turn tendencies   neg/destab   neg/destab   neg/destab
  1. The six "most important" TreeSAAP categories according to [34]. Two additional properties (Alpha-helical tendencies and Turn tendencies) are given due to their potential importance to transmembrane helix formation. Absence of selection means neutrality.