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Table 1 Number of exons, transcripts and genes analyzed

From: Accelerated exon evolution within primate segmental duplications

  Exons Txs Genes Exons dup (%) Txs dup Genes dup
Total 193,165 28,099 18,850 11,132 (5.76) 3,966 2,445
Studied 178,295 26,383 17,367 10,634 (5.96) 3,642 2,187
D e > D i 25,559 16,405 11,059 3,231 (12.64) 2,220 1,387
q < 0.05 625 802 573 226 (31.16) 291 200
q < 0.05, coverage MMU, D i > 0.01 244 319 226 133 (54.51) 173 119
Domains 39 46 36 16 (41.03) 17 14
PPs 35 52 33 19 (54.29) 30 18
Manually rejected 96 140 96 57 (59.38) 84 57
Good 74 86 64 41 (55.41) 43 31
  1. 'Exons' refer to the nonredundant list of human coding exons in RefSeq. We define a transcript as a unique combination of RefSeq ID, gene name, and coordinates while genes are determined solely by the gene name. Exons in the 'Studied' category correspond to exons for which a corresponding intronic region was determined. Proportions of duplicated exons (Exons dup) relative to the total set are shown in parentheses. 'D e > D i ' refers to exons with higher exonic rate of changes than in their neighboring introns. Significant increases are shown as 'q < 0.05'. The coverage of macaque reads in their introns (more than two reads on average) and with an intronic rate greater than 0.01 was also considered. Numbers for exons discarded because of tandem protein domains, processed pseudogenes (PPs), or after visual inspection for even coverage are also shown. Dup, duplicated; MMU,; Txs, transcripts.