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Table 4 Conserved flanking introns are associated with greater tissue differences in splicing patterns

From: Does conservation account for splicing patterns?

Tissue Old- Old+ New
Adipose 8/0/91 51/4/44 82/0/17
Adrenal 6/0/92 48/4/47 78/0/20
Brain 6/1/91 35 / 8 / 55 86/0/13
Breast 7/0/92 46/3/50 83/0/16
Colon 7/0/91 50/3/45 83/0/15
Heart 6/0/92 43/5/50 85/0/13
Kidney 6/0/92 50/2/46 81/0/17
Liver 6/0/93 49/2/48 80/0/19
Lung 7/0/91 52/2/44 80/0/18
Lymph 7/0/92 55/2/42 81/0/17
Ovary 8/0/90 48/5/46 82/0/17
Prostate 6/0/92 49/2/47 81/0/17
Skel. muscle 5/0/94 36/3/59 81/1/16
Testes 6/1/91 45/5/49 81/0/17
Thyroid 7/1/91 44/6/48 80/0/18
White blood 6/0/92 48/2/48 75/0/23
Std. dev. 0.8/0.3/0.8 2.3/0.3/2.4 4.2/1.9/5.1
  1. Percentages of low/medium/high Ψ values among exons in each regime and tissue, and standard deviations of each percentage across tissues, for upstream flanking introns (downstream results are similar). Note the particularly large difference between brain and other tissues in Old+ (bolded)