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Table 2 Summary of the predicted S. cerevisiae ncRNA candidates

From: An efficient genetic algorithm for structural RNA pairwise alignment and its application to non-coding RNA discovery in yeast

   S. cerevisiae
P cutoff organism int orf rna
0.90 S. mikatae 252 (27,760) 356 (40,529) 10 (786)
  S. kudriavzevii 247 (28262) 423 (49,395) 9 (692)
  S. bayanus 116 (12,230) 221 (26,143) 3 (279)
  S. castellii 105 (12,537) 260 (30,009) 0 (0)
  S. kluyveri 184 (18,904) 315 (36,471) 9 (460)
  S. paradoxus 118 (12,493) 177 (22,219) 2 (200)
  all 714 (102,652) 1,311 (197,116) 20 (2,267)
0.95 S. mikatae 83 (10,234) 108 (14,190) 3 (350)
  S. kudriavzevii 76 (9,862) 121 (15,905) 2 (256)
  S. bayanus 37 (4,692) 63 (8,109) 0 (0)
  S. castellii 32 (3,886) 79 (10,532) 0 (0)
  S. kluyveri 55 (6,566) 88 (11,564) 2 (210)
  S. paradoxus 30 (3,497) 47 (6,286) 1 (150)
  all 253 (37,128) 435 (64,974) 7 (966)
  1. The 'int', 'orf', and 'rna' columns indicate the number of ncRNA candidate regions for the S. cerevisiae intergenic, orf-coding, and known RNA sequences, respectively. In parenthesis, their total length (nt) is shown. The 'organism' column indicates the counterpart of each genome comparison. The 'all' rows are the summary for all genome comparisons after eliminating positional overlaps. Pcutoff is a cutoff value for the SVM classification probability. In this table, the results for Pcutoff = 0.9 and Pcutoff = 0.95 are shown.