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Structure Map:          
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ViPs Statistics

I) Current classification of virus(9th report ICTV):

orders 6
families 87
subfamilies 19
genera 348
species 2290

II) Out of these, following have at least one structure:

families 63
species 623

III) Total number of genomes, genes and proteins considered for structure map (Including all segments):

Genome 603
Genes 5468
Proteins 16400

IV) Families having maximum number of structures:

Retroviridae 1179
Myoviridae 870
Flaviviridae 310
Orthomyxoviridae 282

V) Species having maximum number of structures:

HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS 1 1172
ENTEROBACTERIA PHAGE T4* 713
INFLUENZA A VIRUS 395

*However, structural coverage of Enterobacteria Phage T4 is only 17.37% which states that there are only some proteins of this species for which we have many structures( redundant structures).

VI) Some species(out of about 50) with 100% structural coverage:

Adeno-associated virus - 5
African Horsesickness Virus
American Grass Carp Virus
Andes Virus
Banna Virus
Bluetongue Virus
Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus
Faba Bean Necrotic Yellows Virus
Influenza B Virus
Influenza Cypovirus
Mammalian Orthoreovirus
Rice Dwarf Virus
Tomato Aspermy Virus
Rotavirus
Yokose Virus