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Table 2 Distribution of dMCEs by paired relative genic structure

From: Patterns of sequence conservation in presynaptic neural genes

Type/type Exonic Partial exonic UTR (5') UTR (3') Intergenic (5') Intergenic (3') Intronic Grand total
Exonic 651 3 43 51 20 6 42 816
Partial exonic 2 9 2    1 7 21
UTR (5') 45 2 13 1 2 1 5 69
UTR (3') 54   1 18 10 7 20 110
Intergenic (5') 22 1 2 12 183 57 159 436
Intergenic (3') 7   4 6 48 53 72 190
Intronic 64 6 3 29 196 74 351 723
Grand total 845 21 68 117 459 199 656 2,365
  1. Counts by relative genic structure of members of paired dMCEs are shown. Exon-associated elements are type 1 and non-exon-associated elements are type2. Type 1 MCEs are further decomposed into three putative functional groups: type 1a (exonic), those completely contained within an exon; type 1b (partial exonic), those that span an intron-exons boundrary; and type 1c (UTR), those that include the 3'-UTR or 5'-UTR regions. Type 2 MCEs are divided into two subgroups: type 2a (intergenic), those located outside any annotated gene; and type 2b (intronic), those contained in the intron of an annotated gene. dMCE, duplicated most conserved element; UTR, untranslated region.