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Table 2 Sp185/333 allele distribution is unique for 10 purple sea urchinsa

From: Short tandem repeats, segmental duplications, gene deletion, and genomic instability in a rapidly diversified immune gene family

  Amplicon sizeb and gene element patternc
Animal number 427
01
519
E d
541
e
617
F1
626
e
636
B f
643
e
656
D g
663
C h
924
A1
928
e
930
A2
940
e
947
A2a
1 0.19 0.25     0.18   1.0 0.26    0.2 0.16  
2   0.77     0.22 0.18 1.0 0.87 0.32     
6   1.0     0.54   0.79 0.56 0.37    0.37  
7 0.27 0.59     0.33   0.87 1.0   0.43   0.4  
13 0.29 0.55     0.37   1.0 0.91    0.43   0.43
17 0.21 0.22 0.13    0.42   1.0 0.32   0.17   0.2  
18 0.58 0.55   0.37   0.69   1.0 0.33     0.78  
20 0.38 0.36     0.31 0.15 1.0 0.5 0.27    0.26  
25 0.12 0.3    0.12 0.1   1.0    0.12   0.12  
31 0.31 0.37     0.73   1.0 0.22   0.18   0.19  
  1. aDistribution is expressed as peak area ratios relative to the largest peak in each animal. See Fig. 2 and Additional file 4: Figure S3
  2. bAmplified with primers F6 and R9 (see Additional file 1: Table S1; Additional file 2: Figure S1B)
  3. cBased on closest matches (≤3 nt difference) using 121 known unique Sp185/333 gene sequences [20]
  4. dPredicted gene element patterns include E2, E3, E6, E8, E9 and E10
  5. eNo known gene element patterns match this amplicon size
  6. fPredicted gene element patterns include B2, B3 and B8
  7. gPredicted gene element patterns include D1, D5 and D7
  8. hPredicted gene element patterns include C2, C3 and C6