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Table 3 Summary of Barbieri et al. dataset analysis

From: ASEQ: fast allele-specific studies from next-generation sequencing data

Individual ID DNA mean coverage RNA mean coverage Het SNPs Genes Available ASE Genes
01-28R 109 107 7665 2138 259 (12.1%)
03-1426R 103 126 7677 2214 180 (8.1%)
03-2345R 93 124 7719 2594 78 (3%)
04-1084 L 102 115 7744 2610 275 (10.5%)
04-1243 L 103 108 7590 2399 151 (6.3%)
05-3595TTZ 165 114 7685 2499 146 (5.8%)
05-3852 L 104 114 7554 2169 223 (10.3%)
06-1749TR 167 113 7560 2688 258 (9.6%)
07-144R 107 99 7527 2540 322 (12.7%)
07-360TZ 108 139 7581 2364 160 (6.8%)
07-837 L 87 115 7506 2278 208 (9.1%)
2661_Dt 185 82 7829 2162 214 (9.9%)
2682_A 183 86 7701 1580 181 (11.5%)
2740_A 174 84 7572 1871 105 (5.6%)
2761_D 189 83 7552 2180 184 (8.4%)
2858_C 181 68 8084 2017 330 (16.4%)
2872_D 142 69 7663 1516 137 (9%)
2916_At 176 69 7722 1860 647 (34.8%)
3023_B62 193 96 7616 1956 688 (35.2%)
3026_B56 172 79 7851 1787 160 (9%)
3035_B53 163 69 7582 1679 177 (10.5%)
3036_B51 179 86 7618 1793 187 (10.4%)
Average 142.15 99.5 7669.9 2171.1 239.5 (11.6%)
  1. For each individual we report the mean coverage in WES and RNA-seq data computed at SNP positions and the number of heterozygous SNPs identified from WES. Then we report the number of genes found available for ASE calculation along with the number of genes identified as ASE genes with corresponding percentages.