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Table 1 Distribution of computational segments and putative gene conversion events in all autosomes

From: 1000 human genomes carry widespread signatures of GC biased gene conversion

Chromo-some # of Segments Rare haplotype count = 1 Rare haplotype count <= 5
AT → GC cases GC → AT cases No Base Change cases Total cases AT → GC cases GC → AT cases No Base Change cases Total cases
1 4359 1964 1677 637 4278 8973 8200 3181 20,354
2 4660 2318 1921 760 4999 10,514 8928 3605 23,047
3 4048 1977 1640 632 4249 8785 7715 3196 19,696
4 4191 1945 1891 722 4558 9034 8442 3373 20,849
5 3687 1786 1513 629 3928 7842 7190 3052 18,084
6 3869 1791 1614 629 4034 8516 7835 2975 19,326
7 2838 1361 1227 492 3080 6133 5431 2311 13,875
8 3179 1631 1287 560 3478 7124 6170 2691 15,985
9 2389 1163 963 420 2546 4898 4253 1814 10,965
10 2830 1311 1112 423 2846 5897 5283 1997 13,177
11 2838 1352 1196 479 3027 5943 5444 2302 13,689
12 2676 1150 1035 391 2576 5475 4978 1953 12,406
13 2135 948 772 282 2002 4334 4000 1518 9852
14 1852 862 757 277 1896 3781 3368 1422 8571
15 1647 789 627 251 1667 3362 2822 1176 7360
16 1723 794 629 367 1790 3440 2787 1501 7728
17 1540 713 606 201 1520 3144 2709 1027 6880
18 1629 720 603 226 1549 3057 2728 1110 6895
19 1334 662 511 196 1369 2678 2314 868 5860
20 1272 559 449 146 1154 2350 2083 785 5218
21 840 384 326 121 831 1620 1411 574 3605
22 792 403 290 125 818 1643 1321 523 3487
  1. The first two columns of Table 1 lists the number of computationally generated segments in different human autosomes. The next four columns describe number of AT to GC, number of GC to AT, number of ‘No Base Change’ and total mismatch repair cases respectively in all autosomes when only single rare haplotype occurrence in the 1092 genomes was considered. The last four columns present number of AT to GC cases, number of GC to AT cases, number of ‘No Base Change’ cases and total mismatch repair cases respectively in all autosomes when rare haplotype occurrence <= 5 in the 1092 genomes was considered