|The detailed results of our testing on the Phalaenopsis ESTs data with different parameters|
|Parameters||dT = 3,dN = 5,L = 21||dT = 4,dN = 5,L = 21||dT = 4,dN = 6,L = 21|
|Number of enumerated subsequences||191,087||191,087||191,087|
|Number of subsequences (afterFar_neighborand powerful subsequence examination)||173,106||188,889||117,203|
|Number of qualified siRNAs||100,890||106,188||6,443|
|Number of non-redundant qualified siRNAs||487||2,147||352|
|Average number of target genes of a qualified siRNA||1.0583||1.1163||1.0852|
|Number of qualified siRNAs (number of target gene > 1)||5,565||10,863||491|
|Average number of target genes of qualified siRNAs (number of target gene > 1)||2.0577||2.1370||2.1181|
|Number of selected siRNAs in first round analysis||142||94||162|
|Number of candidate-genes examined in first round analysis||229||229||227|
|Average examination frequency of each candidate-gene||1.153||1.170||1.110|
From these result we can see that the number of qualified siRNA has important influence on the number of used siRNAs in first round analysis.
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