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Table 2 Four connected components formed by shared repeat domains (edges shared between C. briggsae and C. elegans)

From: Identifying repeat domains in large genomes

Number of edges Length Multiplicity Number of C. elegans + C. briggsae families Annotation
1 61 2 1 + 1 Mariner
1 309 2 1 + 1 Mariner
1 34 10 4 + 4 CEREP5
6 71 34 2 + 16 PALTTAA2/PiggyBac
  1. Length is the total edge length of a component. Multiplicity refers to the highest multiplicity among all edges in a component. The multiplicity may exceed the total number of C. elegans and C. briggsae families containing the repeat domain, because some repeat families have self-similarities (for example, E3 and B4 each contribute 2 to the multiplicity of the green edge in Figure 5).