Table 2 The number and the percentage of deletions overlapping various genomic regions.

From: Non-coding RNAs match the deleted genomic regions in humans

The total number of deletions Deletions overlapping gene regions Deletions overlapping intergenic regions Deletions overlapping exon regions Deletions overlapping intron regions
1114 deletions 358 756 140 218
34.1% 67.9% 39.1% (12.6%) 60.9% (19.6%)
229 deletions 106 123 68 38
46.3% 53.7% 64.2% (29.7%) 35.8% (16.6%)
56 deletions 30 26 17 13
53.6% 46.4% 56.7% (30.4%) 43.3% (23.2%)
43 deletions 22 21 15 7
51.2% 48.8% 68.2% (34.9%) 31.8% (16.3%)
  1. The values are the number of deletions that overlap gene regions and intergenic regions, and the number of deletions in exon and intron regions. The percentage is calculated by dividing the number of deletions in a specific region by the total number of deletions. “1114 deletions”–shows data for all 1114 deletions found in the analyzed samples; “229 deletions”–shows the data for samples in which at least a single ncRNA read in a deletion was found; “56 deletions”–shows the data for samples in which at least a single ncRNA read was matched to the first or last 1000 nt of the deletion, with 2 mismatches being used; “43 deletions”–the same as for “56 deletions” but when no mismatches were used. For deletions overlapping exonic or intronic regions, the percentage shows the fraction from deletions overlapping genic regions. The numbers in parenthesis show the percentage of the entire genomic region.