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Table 1 The mixture model analysis of intron Alu density

From: Alu distribution and mutation types of cancer genes

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
  1. 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.