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Table 1 Number of dubious duplications at the eutherian node involving various species as 'orphans'

From: 2× genomes - depth does matter

Species Isolated sp(i) sp(i)versus >5 sp(i)versus >5 - no sp(i) sp(i)versus >10 sp(i)versus >10 - no sp(i)
2× coverage genomes      
   Sorex araneus 621 591 581 563 557
   Erinaceus europaeus 565 531 523 498 493
   Ochotona princeps 376 343 337 308 302
   Cavia porcellus 344 308 302 280 274
   Echinops telfairi 272 246 235 237 227
   Myotis lucifugus 192 168 156 146 137
   Tupaia belangeri 192 159 150 132 126
   Spermophilus tridecemlineatus 182 142 140 110 108
   Oryctolagus cuniculus 149 114 108 93 88
   Otolemur garnettii 125 100 97 79 76
   Loxodonta africana 109 77 64 70 59
   Microcebus murinus 112 90 86 62 59
   Felis catus 98 73 70 57 54
   Dasypus novemcinctus 15 6 0 4 0
High-coverage genomes      
   Bos taurus 200 168 131 148 112
   Canis familiaris 156 120 94 93 71
   Mus musculus 129 100 94 75 70
   Equus caballus 134 110 78 86 58
   Rattus norvegicus 73 52 37 37 28
   Pongo pygmaeus 34 25 21 17 14
   Macaca mulatta 62 44 24 28 14
   Pan troglodytes 24 13 7 10 5
   Homo sapiens 14 7 5 4 3
One-tail Mann-Whitney test      
P-value 0.016 0.016 0.005 0.014 0.005
  1. See Figure 7 and text for details. Different columns correspond to cases where one side of a duplication at the eutherian node involved: an orphan species (isolated sp(i)), or one orphan species versus more than five (sp(i) versus >5) or more than ten (sp(i) versus >10) species on the other side of the duplication. The column labeled with 'no sp(i)' indicates the cases where the orphan species is absent from the other side of the duplication node (this requires perfect reciprocal complementary gene losses and, hence, corresponds to a species-overlap score of zero). Values are sorted according to the last column.