Table 1

Statistics of 3819 cis-NATs identified in rice
Chr. Transcripts cis-NATsa Enclosedb 3-3c 5-5d CDS-pevs. ncRNA CDS-p vs. CDS-nf CDS-p vs. CDS-p CDS-n vs. ncRNA CDS-n vs. CDS-n ncRNA vs. ncRNA
1 10,536 558 301 146 11 205 176 92 39 30 16
2 8,527 440 239 115 86 159 141 63 36 30 11
3 9,197 491 296 120 75 175 156 90 29 22 19
4 6,762 361 185 95 81 100 132 55 27 27 20
5 5,940 290 161 71 58 107 108 34 21 11 9
6 6166 299 170 69 60 111 100 38 23 13 14
7 5,862 278 163 63 52 90 96 30 24 19 19
8 5,290 239 138 51 50 103 74 27 19 10 6
9 4,256 189 100 34 55 70 71 10 16 10 12
10 4,144 221 128 41 52 85 74 24 19 10 9
11 4,861 231 139 47 45 92 75 25 23 7 9
12 4,472 222 129 46 47 81 72 24 20 15 10
Total 76,013 3,819 2,149 898 772 1,378 1,275 512 296 204 154

acis-NAT pairs without transposons.

b One transcript being entirely reverse-complementarily overlapped by the other.

c Convergent cis-NAT (with 3-ends overlapped).

d Divergent cis-NAT (with 5-ends overlapped).

e Coding sequence with PFAM domain-containing.

f Predicted as coding sequence but without any PFAM domain hits.

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