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Table 2 Categorization of 7960 differentially expressed transcripts into Cuffcompare classes. Differentially expressed transcripts in developing Arabidopsis embryos belong to different classes (known, novel splice junction, exon skipping, antisense, and intergenic) and can be coding or noncoding based on CodeWise predictions.

From: CoSpliceNet: a framework for co-splicing network inference from transcriptomics data

Transcripts (Cuffcompare class) Coding Noncoding
Known (=) 5990 144
Novel splice junction (j) 1474 70
Exon skipping (o) 62 25
Antisense (x and s) 3 124
Intergenic 2 66
Total 7531 429