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Table 1 Summary of the bacterial DNA integration models

From: Modeling the integration of bacterial rRNA fragments into the human cancer genome

Name Min JSD JSD dist. bp Integration site Min. AD AD dist. bp Bacterial fragment Human fragment
A_16S__C5 0.748 26 48–73 16 11–17 354–454 74–147
A_23S1_C5 0.776 22 51–72 4.33 33 1308–1385 73–145
A_23S2_C5 0.785 32 49–80 12.67 29 1626–1699 81–157
B_16S__C5 0.743 0 18 30.82 0 324–449 19–148
B_16Sa_C5 0.722 7 47–53 19.10 0–6 331–449 54–148
B_23S__C5 0.795 35 59–93 12 30–54 1626–1701 94–145
A_16S__C6 0.768 19 59–77 17.60 17 329–454 78–168
C_16S__C6 0.720 23 50–72 17.89 31 321–456 73–140
D_16S1_CD 0.802 2 180–187 27.50 0–20 563–708 188–278
D_16S2_CD 0.802 41 136–147 26.50 7–60 927–1022 184–241
D_23S__CD 0.815 22 167–195 166.75 0 892–1323 196–306
E_16S1_CD 0.809 48 163–205 46 0–65 589–697 206–290
E_23S1_CD 0.791 31 201–225 0.50 44–45 907–978 226–296
E_23S2_CD 0.782 28 170–191 29 0–38 1255–1379 192–269
F_16S_T10 0.812 19 (−5)–13 169.44 0 701–927 14–196
  1. Names indicate the participant with letters A through F, their respective rRNA gene integration (16S, 23S), and the human gene it has integrated into (C5 = CEACAM5, C6 = CEACAM6, CD = CD74, T10 = TMSB10)