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Table 2 Overview of MIs detected in 638 individual samples from 1KGP

From: Identifying micro-inversions using high-throughput sequencing reads

population sam-num MI-num MI-occ mul-sup read-num occ/num mul-sup/num read/num
MXL 48 79 153 23 175 1.94 29.11 % 2.22
PUR 48 117 167 26 185 1.43 22.22 % 1.58
CLM 26 60 83 14 91 1.38 23.33 % 1.52
PEL 20 40 58 12 63 1.45 30.00 % 1.58
Total America 142 206 296 55 514 1.44 26.70 % 2.50
CDX 40 40 65 11 71 1.63 27.50 % 1.78
CHB 26 42 52 7 57 1.24 16.67 % 1.36
CHS 41 56 72 10 79 1.29 17.86 % 1.41
JPT 58 160 325 55 356 2.03 34.38 % 2.23
KHV 31 51 81 14 96 1.59 27.45 % 1.88
Total East Asia 196 262 349 53 659 1.33 20.23 % 2.52
GIH 11 22 29 6 34 1.32 27.27 % 1.55
Total South Asia 11 22 22 0 34 1.00 0.00 % 1.55
CEU 21 67 82 10 94 1.22 14.93 % 1.40
FIN 41 72 87 6 93 1.21 8.33 % 1.29
GBR 35 80 104 16 114 1.30 20.00 % 1.43
IBS 24 56 80 14 86 1.43 25.00 % 1.54
TSI 9 28 34 5 37 1.21 17.86 % 1.32
Total Europe 130 223 303 39 424 1.36 17.49 % 1.90
YRI 42 156 239 41 255 1.53 26.28 % 1.63
LWK 54 113 180 28 193 1.59 24.78 % 1.71
ACB 14 35 46 9 48 1.31 25.71 % 1.37
ASW 49 127 262 49 286 2.06 38.58 % 2.25
Total Africa 159 284 431 90 782 1.52 31.69 % 2.75
  1. The “sam-num” column illustrates the number of samples for each category (either population or population group); the “MI-num” column illustrates the number of different MIs detected in each population or population group; the “MI-occ” column illustrates the sum of occurrences of MIs in each population or population group; the “read-num” column illustrates the number of reads supporting MIs. For the population lines, the “mul-sup” column illustrates the number of MIs supported by at least two individual samples (named “multiple samples supported MIs”) in one population, the “ooc/num” column illustrates the ratio of MI occurrence over MI number, which indicates the average number of individual samples supporting one MI in the same population, and the “mul-sup/num” column illustrates the ratio of multiple samples supported MIs over the number of all MIs. For the population group lines (which started with “Total”), the “mul-sup” column illustrates the number of MIs supported by at least two populations (named “multiple populations supported MIs”) in the same population group, the “ooc/num” column illustrates the ratio of MI occurrence over MI number, which indicates the average number of populations supporting one MI in the same population group, and the “mul-sup/num” column illustrates the ratio of multiple populations supported MIs over the total number of MIs. The last “read/num” column illustrates the ratio of the number of reads containing MIs over the number of MIs, which indicates the average number of reads supporting each MI