Fig. S1. The process of identifying first unique combinations of CATH domains for different proteins and then the second level of clustering, which takes into account the sequence identity in order to minimize the effect of domain ‘piggybacking’.

Table S1. The propensity of a residue to be catalytic in each of the six classes of enzyme.

Table S2. The coverage of single-domain enzymes with respect to the EC classification.

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