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Table 1 The number of unique markers and the average density of 10-mer ~ 26-mer subsequences in the database of HGI and RGI.

From: Genome-wide identification of specific oligonucleotides using artificial neural network and computational genomic analysis

N-mer HGI a RGI b
  Unique Markers Average U d c Unique Markers Average U d
10-mer 0 0.000000 4 0.000000
11-mer 6 0.000000 9,669 0.000120
12-mer 24,164 0.000054 457,681 0.005675
13-mer 1,124,491 0.002513 4,167,009 0.051672
14-mer 9,488,257 0.021202 15,364,798 0.190527
15-mer 35,768,666 0.079925 27,962,463 0.346742
16-mer 66,958,259 0.149618 34,903,375 0.432811
17-mer 85,694,125 0.191484 37,636,118 0.466698
18-mer 94,052,393 0.210160 38,645,904 0.479219
19-mer 97,689,916 0.218288 39,061,604 0.484374
20-mer 99,559,386 0.222466 39,276,816 0.487043
21-mer 100,781,233 0.225196 39,417,681 0.488789
22-mer 101,743,851 0.227347 39,522,956 0.490095
23-mer 102,583,079 0.229222 39,608,919 0.491161
24-mer 103,348,039 0.230931 39,682,141 0.492069
25-mer 104,057,929 0.232518 39,744,826 0.492846
26-mer 104,724,128 0.234006 39,800,164 0.493532
  1. aHGI, human gene index; bRGI, rat gene index; cU d , the density of the unique subsequences.