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Table 2 Duplication analyses in ENC regions

From: Evolutionary-new centromeres preferentially emerge within gene deserts

       Non-redundant WSSD base pair (bp)
ENC Start (HAS hg17) Start+1M End (HS A hg17) End+1M Size HSA PTR PPY MMU
Narrow interval          
MMU2 (HSA3) 164,221,008   164,539,729   318,722 0 0 0 0
MMU4 (HSA6) 145,651,644   145,845,896   194,253 0 0 0 104,409
MMU12 (HSA2) 138,847,788   138,947,383   99,596 0 0 0 0
MMU13 (HSA2) 86,680,785   86,885,407   204,623 24,002 0 0 0
MMU14 (HSA11) 5,856,181   5,864,725   8,545 0 0 0 0
MMU15 (HSA9) 122,486,836   122,532,865   46,030 0 0 0 0
MMU17 (HSA13) 61,178,154   62,520,878   1,342,725 24,879 15,879 103,912 85,133
MMU18 (HSA18) 50,313,129   50,360,135   47,007 0 0 0 0
PPY11 (HSA11) 20,180,424   20,332,556   152,133 0 0 126,135 0
Larger interval          
MMU2 (HSA3)   163,221,008   165,539,729 2,318,722 0 0 0 24,053
MMU4 (HSA6)   144,651,644   146,845,896 2,194,253 0 0 0 115,053
MMU12 (HSA2)   137,847,788   139,947,383 2,099,596 0 0 17,001 1,706
MMU13 (HSA2)   85,680,785   87,885,407 2,204,623 1,227,738 309,321 0 19,317
MMU14 (HSA11)   4,856,181   6,864,725 2,008,545 0 0 13,379 0
MMU15 (HSA9)   121,486,836   123,532,865 2,046,030 0 0 0 0
MMU17 (HSA13)   60,178,154   63,520,878 3,342,725 160,4637 98,004 144,056 85,133
MMU18 (HSA18)   49,313,129   51,360,135 2,047,007 0 0 0 0
PPY11 (HSA11)   19,180,424   21,332,556 2,152,133 0 0 784,808 0
  1. We estimated the number of duplicated base-pairs predicted in each of the ENC intervals using the WSSD method; duplications >10 kb and >94% were detected with the exception of the macaque, where a threshold of >88% was used due to the greater sequence divergence of the human and macaque genomes. The analysis was performed separately for each of the four primate species. Two different ENC intervals were considered: a narrow interval, as defined in Table 1 (upper dataset) and a larger interval adding 1 Mbp to each side of the region (lower dataset).