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Table 1 Mutually exclusive exons in the Drosophila species Dscam genes

From: Predicting mutually exclusive spliced exons based on exon length, splice site and reading frame conservation, and exon sequence homology

exon Dm AF260530 Dsea Dy Der Da Dp Drpa Dw Dmo Dv Dg
4 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 12 12
6b 46/47 47/48 46c 39/40 44 47 49 49 48/49 50 52 53
9 32 33 29 32 33 33 32 29 29 32 32 32
17 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
total 92/93 94/95 90 85/86 91 94 95 90 91/92 96 98 99
[16, 46] 95 95 95 87 94 93 94 95 95 95 98 94
[15] 95 95   88   93 94    95 98  
  1. Dm = Drosophila melanogaster; Dse = Drosophila sechellia Rob3c; Dy = Drosophila yakuba Tai18E2; Der = Drosophila erecta TSC#14021-0224.01; Da = Drosophila ananassae TSC#14024-0371.13; Dp = Drosophila pseudoobscura MV2-25; Drp = Drosophila persimilis MSH-3; Dw = Drosophila willistoni TSC#14030-0811.24;
  2. Dmo = Drosophila mojavensis TSC#15081-1352.22; Dv = Drosophila virilis TSC#15010-1051.87; Dg = Drosophila grimshawi TSC#15287-2541.00.
  3. a Genomes are fragmented and contain gaps in the Dscam genes.
  4. b The first number corresponds to a search with standard parameters, the second to searches with one round of recursion.
  5. c One of the exons is a pseudo-exon because it misses the last forth of the exon because of an in-frame stop codon.