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Figure S1. Comparison of the bimodal distribution of the Isoelectric point (pI) for 206 kinds of proteins in the minimal proteome models.

Figure S2. Comparison of the bimodal distribution of the Isoelectric point (pI) for 206 kinds of proteins in the random models.

Figure S3. A: Comparison of the average charge of proteins in minimal proteome yeast set, random models, 50 most abundant proteins in E. Coli, and yeast proteome.

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