Table 1

z-scores (first five columns) and numbers of instances (last five columns) of the most enriched transposable elements and classes of TEs for the five possible combinations of the two datasets: CM, E2T, CM only (= CM\ E2T), E2T only (= E2T\ CM) and the intersection of the two datasets
CM CM only E2T E2T only int CM CM only E2T E2T only int
ALR/Alpha 3.39 4.56 -2.32 -2 -1.63 19 19 0 0 0
HAL1-2a_MD -1.73 -0.9 2.06 4.61 -1.84 1 1 10 10 0
L1PBa 2.46 5.42 -2.33 -2.12 -1.24 15 13 2 0 2
L2b 4.54 5.01 3.18 2.76 1.02 284 149 292 157 135
LSU-rRNA_Hsa 26.31 11.67 31.65 16.3 21.52 17 5 21 9 12
LTR16A 4.31 1.17 4.1 1.51 4.39 30 9 32 11 21
LTR19A 24.31 17.77 17.83 8.8 17.7 22 10 17 5 12
LTR3 26.63 9.93 27.34 9.12 25.12 12 3 12 3 9
LTR33 5.14 3.2 2.04 -0.53 3.79 42 18 31 7 24
LTR3A 38.69 29.61 21.24 4.95 21.92 25 14 14 3 11
LTR40a 8.77 8.45 6.38 4.28 6.19 20 10 17 7 10
LTR47A 6.12 -0.1 10.88 6.51 8.63 10 2 17 9 8
LTR8 12.3 15.3 2.68 1.24 3.02 52 38 22 8 14
MER11A 1.87 6.17 -1.71 -0.89 -1.8 8 8 1 1 0
MER20 2.84 0.51 3.6 2.71 2.91 52 20 59 27 32
MER21A 3.21 4.28 0.95 1.78 0.5 13 9 9 5 4
MER31A 9.47 5.65 6.36 0.97 9.56 20 7 16 3 13
MER39 4.67 1.74 9.96 8.59 5.65 18 4 33 19 14
MER39B 5.28 0.93 7.14 4.31 6.69 11 2 15 6 9
MER41A 14.46 6.04 14.16 5.75 15.04 52 15 52 15 37
MER41B 18.63 8.54 14.97 5.84 16.22 63 23 56 16 40
MER49 10.95 1.98 11.85 2.15 15.15 26 3 29 6 23
MER4A 4.12 2.47 6.85 7.26 3.65 10 4 15 9 6
MER4A1 3.9 0.32 5.87 5.09 3.96 15 5 21 11 10
MER4B -0.89 -1.52 3.75 5.06 0.12 6 1 21 16 5
MER4D 7.58 1.72 8.2 1.84 9.92 19 3 22 6 16
MER50 4.9 5.86 2.42 2.29 1.73 21 13 16 8 8
MER52A 3.07 5.93 -0.35 0.09 -0.61 16 13 7 4 3
MER77 6.43 5.66 3.74 1.84 3.7 22 12 17 7 10
MER81 -0.59 -1.26 5.19 5.96 0.81 5 0 21 16 5
MER87 17.46 9.3 16.67 7.78 13.82 15 6 14 5 9
MER91A 3.99 4.67 2.59 1.18 2.24 17 9 15 7 8
MIR3 4.01 -0.03 5.81 3.11 5.23 172 55 214 97 117
MIRb 2.76 1.19 6.57 5.45 3.43 488 190 625 327 298
MIRc 3.05 2.04 5.89 5.56 2.66 233 95 304 166 138
MLT2B1 2.31 3.06 0.84 -0.23 0.98 15 8 12 5 7
MLT2B4 4.02 1.67 4.87 2.45 3.99 21 7 25 11 14
MamRep605 1.97 0.59 3.73 2.61 2.24 13 4 19 10 9
Plat_L3 2.64 3.61 1.34 1.29 0.62 13 8 11 6 5
LTR/ERV1 12.77 5.84 10.86 4.04 11.55 592 227 604 239 365
LTR/ERVK 7.7 7.32 1.52 -0.95 3.15 77 45 47 15 32
LTR/ERVL 8.98 5.6 5.65 1.37 6.83 415 177 395 157 238
LTR/Gypsy? 3.01 2.49 2.55 0.5 2.76 24 9 24 9 15
SINE/MIR 2.56 0.97 8.02 7.33 3.02 1170 480 1486 796 690
Satellite/centr 3.51 5.22 -2.71 -2.19 -1.89 23 23 0 0 0
rRNA 14.31 9.74 19.99 17.64 12.42 23 9 33 19 14

In the first part of the table are reported TEs which are enriched (i.e. have a z-score greater than 3) in at least one of the two datasets used for the analysis. In the first five columns we report the z-score for the five possible combinations of the two datasets: CM, E2T, CM only = CM\ E2T, E2T only = E2T\ CM and the intersection of the two datasets. In the last five columns the absolute number of instances of each enriched TE in each one of the five combinations of the datasets. In the second part of the table we report the same information for the classes of TEs enriched in both the datasets used for the analysis.

Testori et al.

Testori et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:400   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-400

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