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Table 2 Frame preservation among different groups

From: Functional importance of different patterns of correlation between adjacent cassette exons in human and mouse

   # of pairs # in CDS # of Frame preservation*
     Upstream Downstream Difference Sum
Human ME 60 51 (85%) 24 (47.1%) 17 (33.3%) 36 (70.6%) 19 (37.3%)
  IND 1137 810 (71.2%) 349 (43.1%) 338 (41.7%) 306 (37.8%) 294 (36.3%)
  LNK 957 834 (87.1%) 275 (33.0%) 300 (36.0%) 292 (35.0%) 357 (42.8%)
mouse ME 60 51 (85%) 19 (37.3%) 24 (47.1%) 39 (76.5%) 20 (39.2%)
  IND 424 244 (57.5%) 101 (41.4%) 113 (46.3%) 92 (37.7%) 91 (37.3%)
  LNK 507 424 (83.6%) 173 (40.8%) 173 (40.8%) 161 (38.0%) 190 (44.8%)
  1. * The 'upstream' and 'downstream' indicate the numbers of frame-preserving upstream and downstream exons, respectively. The 'difference' indicates the number of pairs in which the length difference of the two exons is an exact multiple of 3 nt, while the 'sum' means the number of pairs in which the exon length sum is an exact multiple of 3 nt. The percentage is relative to '# in CDS' column. See text for detail.