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Table 3 Cross-species comparisons of contig transcripts.

From: A salmonid EST genomic study: genes, duplications, phylogeny and microarrays

  # contigs # missing in ASa # missing in RTb # missing in bothc % sim to ASd Avelene % sim to RTf Avelen
Atlantic salmon (SJ)g 5781 479 1210 354 98.4 705 93.4 493
Atlantic salmon (all)h 81398 na 36351 na na na 93.3 504
Rainbow trout 50256 13626 na na 93.8 495 na na
Chinook salmon 8517 797 1224 426 94.2 510 95.5 510
Sockeye salmon 6200 577 770 298 94.6 571 95.7 569
Brook trout 5424 285 627 174 94.4 580 93.9 522
Lake whitefish 6446 804 1420 608 92.5 425 92.2 399
Grayling 5408 657 1136 506 91.7 435 91.3 400
Northern pike 2380 1894 2001 1846 89.6 241 89.4 251
Rainbow smelt 12159 7462 7812 6920 86.2 431 86.1 419
  1. a number of contigs that are not found in the Atlantic salmon database
  2. b number of contigs that are not found in the rainbow trout database
  3. c number of contigs that are not found in either the Atlantic salmon or rainbow trout database
  4. d percent identity compared to the top BLASTN hit to the Atlantic salmon database over 200 bp and e-value < 1e-25. In the case of Atlantic salmon (SJ) the comparison is to the McConnell strain.
  5. e average length of the BLASTN hit
  6. f percent identity compared to the top BLASTN hit to the rainbow trout database over 200 bp and e-value < 1e-25
  7. g only Atlantic salmon ESTs from the Saint John River strain
  8. h all Atlantic salmon ESTs other than those in note "g" above