Table 1

The mixture model analysis of intron Alu density

Chr.

N

r

θ

κ


chr1

1928

0.281

1.303

0.615

chr2

1212

0.271

1.498

0.441

chr3

1036

0.248

1.398

0.459

chr4

728

0.26

1.573

0.31

chr5

837

0.238

1.406

0.42

chr6

952

0.279

1.369

0.47

chr7

893

0.308

1.157

0.735

chr8

667

0.315

1.553

0.403

chr9

734

0.342

1.656

0.411

chr10

749

0.288

1.509

0.457

chr11

1072

0.328

1.349

0.528

chr12

984

0.269

1.262

0.71

chr13

325

0.295

1.881

0.246

chr14

562

0.285

1.667

0.475

chr15

580

0.284

1.367

0.59

chr16

811

0.337

1.74

0.617

chr17

1106

0.344

1.782

0.617

chr18

262

0.214

1.694

0.329

chr19

1342

0.286

1.586

1.002

chr20

537

0.307

1.363

0.582

chr21

203

0.241

1.758

0.355

chr22

452

0.352

1.762

0.595

chrX

778

0.356

1.241

0.471

chrY

93

0.688

2.098

0.217


N: the number of genes with multiple exons in the NCBI reference sequences. r: the proportion of the multi-exon genes without any Alus. θ: the shape parameter of the fitted Gamma distribution. κ: the scale parameter of the fitted Gamma distribution.

Zhang et al. BMC Genomics 2011 12:157   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-157

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