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Table 4 Overall statistics for biased di-nucleotides and tetra-nucleotides.

From: Relationship of SARS-CoV to other pathogenic RNA viruses explored by tetranucleotide usage profiling

Percentage of di-nucleotide that can be used to discriminate between vi ruses(|z| > 3.29) Percentage of tetra-nucleotide that can be used to discriminate between vi ruses(|z| > 3.29) Virus Percentage of biased di-nucleotide (|z| > 3.29)/% Percentage of biased tetra-nucleotide (|z| > 3.29)/%
100% 96.09% BCoV 93.8 29.7
   MHV 93.8 28.1
   SARS 81.3 34.4
   ABV 81.3 27.3
   HCoV 93.8 31.3
   PDV 81.3 28.5
   TGV 87.5 31.6
   LDV 93.8 19.5
   PRV 93.8 15.6
   SFV 93.8 16.0
   FCoV 75.0 11.7
   EV1 87.5 14.5
   TBV 75.0 21.9
   AEV 93.8 11.7
   PV1 87.5 11.7
   YFV 93.8 29.3
   BDV 87.5 17.6
   RHV 93.8 9.4
   FMV 87.5 12.1
   IOV 75.0 9.8
   HV1 62.5 12.5
   RSV 87.5 18.8
   HRV 87.5 19.1
   BRV 93.8 19.9
   TV2 81.3 15.2
   REV 87.5 18.4
   MV1 81.3 15.2
   CDV 75.0 16.0
   APV 93.8 11.7
   BFV 81.3 15.2
   IBV 87.5 23.4
  1. The percentage of biased di-nucleotides and tetra-nucleotides that shows strong biases (lzl > 3.29) in 31 RNA viruses (right). For di-nucleotides, all 16 (100%) of them show strong biases in part of or all 31 RNA viruses. For tetra-nucleotides, 246 (96%) of the tetra-nucleotides show strong biases in part of or all 31 RNA viruses.