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Table 1 TE expression conservation between human and chimpanzee iPSCs

From: Conserved expression of transposon-derived non-coding transcripts in primate stem cells

Family Class Total Human Chimpanzee Proportion p-value
    expressed expressed   
MER53 DNA 5308 39 20 0.51 9.6110−27
MIR1_Amn SINE 9495 113 57 0.50 1.7110−71
AluSg7 SINE 5780 50 25 0.50 6.8110−35
LTR8 LTR 2516 37 18 0.49 1.8110−25
L2d LINE 19063 135 64 0.47 2.3210−84
Tigger4a DNA 3242 45 21 0.47 2.4110−20
MADE1 DNA 7634 86 40 0.47 7.5910−51
HERVH-int LTR 1266 50 23 0.46 9.2610−15
MER94 DNA 4884 33 15 0.45 2.1710−21
L1MC1 LINE 7375 33 15 0.45 8.1910−22
L1MC4 LINE 12920 109 49 0.45 4.1710−64
L1MB2 LINE 4967 38 17 0.45 1.4910−20
Charlie4z DNA 5255 47 21 0.45 1.3810−27
L1MB8 LINE 9006 56 25 0.45 7.3210−34
L1M2 LINE 6281 56 25 0.45 4.0510−32
OldhAT1 DNA 1897 30 13 0.43 5.2210−16
AluYk3 SINE 5421 42 18 0.43 5.1210−24
MER81 DNA 3551 31 13 0.42 4.3510−18
L1MC3 LINE 6596 31 13 0.42 1.3610−17
MER1B DNA 5060 36 15 0.42 2.0510−20
  1. Here we examine only large families (≥100) from the main repeat classes (DNA, SINE, LINE, LTR). The table is sorted by the proportion of human expressed TEs which are conserved in chimpanzee. Only repeat families with at least 30 expressed instances in human are shown