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Table 1 RefSeq vs either YPS128 or Y55 : CONSERVATION

From: Mobilomics in Saccharomyces cerevisiaestrains

RefSeq vs Y55 strain
CONS pCONSu
  Telomere Non-telomere
   IN-mobil prox-mobil OUT-mobil
   80.60% 11.94% 7.46%
Ty 1 ltr 191    Ty 16 ltr 38 8 5
Ty1   Ty1ltr 149   32 Ty1 10 Ty1ltr 22   
Ty2   Ty2ltr 2    Ty2 4 Ty2ltr 3   
Ty3   Ty3ltr 18    Ty3 1 Ty3ltr 7   
Ty4   Ty4ltr 19    Ty4 1 Ty4ltr 4   
Ty5 1 Ty5ltr 3    Ty5   Ty5ltr 2   
RefSeq vs YPS128 strain
CONS pCONSu
  Telomere Non-telomere
   IN-mobil prox-mobil OUT-mobil
   57.00% 12.00% 31.00%
Ty 1 ltr 195    Ty 20 ltr 37 12 31
Ty1 1 Ty1ltr 154   32 Ty1 10 Ty1ltr 20   
Ty2   Ty2ltr 2    Ty2 6 Ty2ltr 4   
Ty3   Ty3ltr 16    Ty3 1 Ty3ltr 7   
Ty4   Ty4ltr 19    Ty4 2 Ty4ltr 4   
Ty5   Ty5ltr 4    Ty5 1 Ty5ltr 2   
  1. Conserved regions (CONS) and putative conserved regions with unspecified bases (pCONSu) vs annotated Ty and solo-LTR in RefSeq, when pairwise compared either to strain Y55 or strain YPS128.
  2. The pCONSu regions are classified either as telomeric or non-telomeric. Moreover, the non-telomeric regions which are conserved on RefSeq are divided in three classes, depending on their position w.r.t. annotated MGE on RefSeq: pCONSu which are labelled as “IN-mobil” correspond to annotated MGE on RefSeq; pCONSu which are labelled as “prox-mobil” are out of annotated MGE but within a distance of ±200b from annotated Ty or solo-LTR; pCONSu which are more distant are labelled as “OUT-mobil”.