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Table 1 BLAST statistics against three fish genome assemblies.

From: Comparative physical maps derived from BAC end sequences of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)

  # BACs one end # BACs both ends Sequences w/hit BACs w/hit Type 1* Type 2* Type 3* Type 4* 3/(2+3) (3+4)/(2+3+4)
Stickleback           
Genoscope 6,734 30,649 11,229 10,048 7,987 797 54 153 0.063 0.206
Broad 12,758 56,118 21,754 19,510 14,405 1,416 142 633 0.054 0.286
Combined 19,492 86,767 33,053 29,558 22,392 2,213 196 786 0.057 0.259
Medaka           
Genoscope 6,734 30,649 9,764 9,278 7,087 469 43 226 0.084 0.364
Broad 12,758 56,118 19,699 17,943 13,907 886 51 624 0.054 0.432
Combined 19,492 86,767 29,463 27,221 20,994 1,355 94 850 0.065 0.410
Tetraodon           
Genoscope 6,734 30,649 6,931 6,386 3,879 265 14 62 0.050 0.222
Broad 12,758 56,118 14,260 13,227 7,279 503 19 188 0.036 0.291
Combined 19,492 86,767 21,191 19,613 11,158 768 33 250 0.041 0.269
  1. *Numbers for type 1, 2, 3 & 4 do not include hits to the contigs in the 'unordered chromosome' of each genome assembly. Type 2 hits were scored when the two end sequences of a clone hit within 300 kb of each other in the target genome.