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Table 1 Overlapping genes in five Metazoa.

From: Non-random retention of protein-coding overlapping genes in Metazoa

Species Total Genes Unique Genes Observed OGCs Expected OGCs (SD) Observed OG Pairs Expected OG Pairs (SD) Observed OGs Observed OGs (%) Expected OGs (SD) Expected OGs (%)
Hs 23073 17794 663 2374.1
(27.7)
749 4954.0
(65.2)
1409 7.9 6630.8
(47.2)
37.3
Mm 17970 17040 656 2112.9
(27.9)
662 4293.7
(71.3)
1400 8.2 5873.7
(68.8)
34.5
Dr 6672 6506 108 396.9
(14.7)
155 524.2
(19.5)
262 4.0 899.1
(30.6)
13.8
Dm 18768 13416 1505 2172.3
(8.1)
2022 7483.1
(44.0)
3514 26.2 7876.0
(34.9)
58.7
Ce 21124 19359 404 3615.6
(32.2)
494 8653.1
(80.7)
898 4.6 10442.9
(54.3)
53.9
  1. Unique Genes refer to the actual number of sequences used in the analysis, after filtering for splice variants. For each species, the counts of overlapping genes (OGs), overlapping gene pairs (OG pairs), and overlapping gene clusters (OGCs) coming from both real data and random simulations are shown. In the latter case the average number over ten simulations is reported together with the standard deviation (SD). Abbreviations: Hs, Homo sapiens;Mm, Mus musculus;Dr, Danio rerio;Dm, Drosophila melanogaster; Ce, Caenorabditis elegans.