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pmic7307-sup-0001-FigureS1.tiff1573KFigure S1. ANN Prediction of proteins in CATH's Level H: Homologous superfamily (≥60% sequence identity) using A) 1A1W for training (yellow) and 1A1Z for testing (red), with 11 hidden neurons; B) 2EZM for training (yellow) and 2EZN for testing (red),with 18 hidden neurons; and C) 1P7E for training (yellow) and 1P7F for testing (red), with 9 hidden neurons.
pmic7307-sup-0002-FigureS2.tiff2461KFigure S2. ANN Prediction of proteins in CATH's Level H: Homologous superfamily (≤40% sequence identity) using A) 2D2W for training (yellow) and 3CUO for testing (red), with 21 hidden neurons and B) 1PGX for training (yellow) and 2JXT for testing (red), with 15 hidden neurons.
pmic7307-sup-0003-FigureS3.tiff2461KFigure S3. ANN Prediction of proteins in CATH's Level T: Topology using A) 3CUO for training (yellow) and 1SAU for testing (red), with 15 hidden neurons and B) 1LXD for training (yellow) and 1VJK for testing (red), with 16 hidden neurons.
pmic7307-sup-0004-FigureS4.tiff2461KFigure S4. ANN Prediction of proteins in CATH's Level A: Architecture using A) 2H3L for training (yellow) and 3CQT for testing (red), with 24 hidden neurons and B) 1VJK for training (yellow) and 20ZT for testing (red), with 19 hidden neurons.
pmic7307-sup-0005-FigureS5.tiff2461KFigure S5. ANN Prediction of proteins in CATH's Level C: Class using A) 3CUO for training (yellow) and 1TQG for testing (red), with 10 hidden neurons and B) 3CQT for training (yellow) and 1SMX for testing (red), with 11 hidden neurons.

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