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Table 2 Statistics regarding completeness of the Unigene assembly based on 248 CEGs

From: Gonadal transcriptomic analysis and differentially expressed genes in the testis and ovary of the Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei)

  Complete Partial
Prots Completeness(%) Total Average Ortho(%) Prots Completeness(%) Total Average Ortho(%)
Group1 60 90.91 138 2.3 65 64 96.97 155 2.42 65.62
Group2 52 92.86 110 2.12 59.62 55 98.21 128 2.33 67.27
Group3 60 98.36 127 2.12 51.67 61 100 138 2.26 57.38
Group4 62 95.38 113 1.82 38.71 65 100 122 1.88 41.54
All 234 94.35 488 2.09 53.42 245 98.79 543 2.22 57.55
  1. Group: Set of genes selected by Genis Parra; Prots: Number of 248 ultra-conserved CEGs present in the transcriptome; %Completeness: Percentage of 248 ultra-conserved CEGs present; Total = total number of CEGs present including putative orthologs; Average = average number of orthologs per CEG; % Ortho = percentage of detected CEGS that have more than 1 ortholog. ‘Complete’ refers to those predicted proteins in the set of 248 CEGs that when aligned to the transcriptome, give an alignment length that is 70 % of the protein length. If a protein was not complete but still exceeded a pre-computed minimal alignment score, then we called the protein ‘partial’. A protein that was deemed to be ‘Complete’ was then also included in the set of Partial matches