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Table 3 Characteristics of selected matreshkas. Characteristics of the selected matreshkas from Fig. 4, for human (H.s.), mouse (M.m.) and rat (R.n.). Columns from left to right detail the database accessions of RefSeq transcripts used to extract matreshkas, the RefSeq description, the frame the matreshka lies in, the length in amino acids of the matreshka, whether the matreshkas start with methionine, and the number of positions where a stop codon could have occurred to interrupt the matreshka but leave the RefSeq parent unaffected.

From: Bioinformatics prediction of overlapping frameshifted translation products in mammalian transcripts

RefSeq parent accessions (H.s., M.m., R.n) Parent description Frame Matreshka aa lengths (H.s., M.m., R.n) Methionine Start Number of possible stop positions in matreshkas (H.s., M.m., R.n)
NM_022055; NM_199251; NM_022292 potassium channel, subfamily K, member 12 (KCNK12) -1 418; 430; 430 No 108; 114; 115
NM_018971; NM_008158; NM_023099 Superconserved receptor expressed in brain 1 (GPR27) -1 375; 356; 372 No 60; 53; 55
NM_022571; NM_181752; NM_181771 G protein-coupled receptor 135 (GPR135) -1 290; 284; 268 No 59; 64; 57
NM_000460; NM_009379; NM_031133 thrombopoietin (THPO) -1 255; 230; 230 Yes 55; 56; 52
NM_002693; NM_017462; NM_053528 polymerase (DNA directed), gamma (POLG) -1 241; 224; 224 No 53; 55; 56
NM_153675; NM_010446; NM_012743 forkhead box A2 (FOXA2) -1 236; 256; 213 No 52; 58; 45
NM_139315; NM_009315; XM_213729 TAF6 RNA polymerase II (TAF6) -1 235; 220; 220 No 53; 50; 49
NM_000212; NM_016780; NM_153720 platelet glycoprotein IIIa (ITGB3) +1 192; 192; 192 Yes 6; 6; 6