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Table 1 The training data

From: Identification of combinatorial host-specific signatures with a potential to affect host adaptation in influenza A H1N1 and H3N2 subtypes

  Nr. of sequences for each subtype   Features after MCFS
H1N1 H3N2
Protein Avian Human Avian Human Total features H1N1 H3N2
HA 214 5205 164 3715 628 115 88
NA 205 3093 173 3412 517 93 79
NS1 150 1258 150 1176 249 98 85
NEP 61 407 54 299 124 31 26
NP 125 839 93 773 506 61 69
M1 45 467 42 355 275 18 15
M2 65 461 64 503 98 25 23
PA 192 1677 143 1358 726 65 47
PA-X 57 164 45 244 252 28 24
PB1 171 1654 132 1347 762 59 33
PB2 184 1817 136 1297 776 52 42
PB1-F2 151 224 112 737 101 64 54
  1. Total Features are the total number of aa positions that are investigated. Features after MCFS are the aa positions that are ranked significant, i.e. having power to discriminate avian from human sequences