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Table 1 Main topological parameters of capacitation network

From: The role of actin in capacitation-related signaling: an in silico and in vitro study

Parameter Value
N° nodes 153
N° edges 204
Clustering coefficient 0.056
Diameter 12
Averaged n° neighbours 2.654
Char. path length 4.995
  1. The number of nodes represent the total number of molecules involved, the number of edges represents the total number of interaction found, the clustering coefficient is calculated as C I = 2n I/k(k-1), where n I is the number of links connecting the k I neighbours of node I to each other, the network diameter is the largest distance between two nodes, the Averaged n° neighbours represent the mean number of connection of each node, the Char. path length gives the expected distance between two connected nodes.