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Table 1
- Efficiency of the immunome protein interaction network increases during evolution

Network parameters for the human immunome at the evolutionary levels of the corresponding subnetworks.

Evolutionary level
Taxon name
Nodes
Edges
αa
SE(α)a
-2logΛa

0
Homo sapiens
584
1349
2.226
0.0677
1713
1
Mammalia ancestors
577
1335
2.235
0.0683
1699
2
Amniota ancestors
453
1039
2.260
0.0790
1304
3
Tetrapoda ancestors
357
770
2.332
0.0950
970
4
Vertebrata ancestors
354
761
2.319
0.0950
957
5
Chordata ancestors
159
254
2.607
0.1924
303
6
Coelomata
145
223
2.725
0.2144
267
7
Bilateria ancestors
106
124
3.478
0.4107
115
8
Fungi/Metazoa ancestors
62
57
4.376
0.9953
29
9
Eukaryota ancestors
48
39
4.585
1.5668
12

aEstimates for power law exponent (α) of the degree distributions are presented with the standard error [SE(α)] together and the log-likelihood ratios (-2logΛ) of the power law degree distributions.


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