Skip to main content

Table 1 Analysis of alpha satellite sequences found in high copy number in the monomer dataset

From: Diversity and distribution of alpha satellite DNA in the genome of an Old World monkey: Cercopithecus solatus

Id Sequence Number Forward (%)
1 Consensus 2678 46
2 C114Del 486 1*
3 T101Del 357 99*
4 T39G 242 46
5 A40C 101 56
6 T121A 92 41
7 T74G 78 47
8 T80Del 78 100*
9 G84C 78 41
10 C42G 76 53
11 G1A 74 43
12 A110G 65 48
13 A112T 61 38
14 T19C 59 37
15 T39G-C114Del 57 0*
16 A151C 56 52
17 G79C 55 53
18 C89T 53 49
19 G1T 46 63
20 T39G-T101Del 41 98*
  1. The sequences are ordered and numbered according to the number of identical copies of the sequence in the monomer dataset. The “Sequence” column indicates how each sequence differs from the consensus sequence of the C1 family, using standard notations. The “Number” column displays the number of identical copies of the sequence in the monomer dataset. The “Forward” column displays the percentage of reads obtained in the forward orientation (i.e. the orientation of our reference sequence)
  2. Strong biases for read orientation are shown with an asterix (*)