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Table 2 Ribosomal data-set

From: An image processing approach to computing distances between RNA secondary structures dot plots

Index in the data set Sequence name Length (nt.) Our predicted mutation Mutation with largest RNAdistance [6]
1 A_(765–816) 52 G7C G7C
2 E_(68) 46 C28G C28G
3 A_(1241–1296) 56 G33C(A) G32C
4 A_(820–879) 53 C4A C4A
5 A_(588–651) 64 G38C G38C
6 A_(995–1045) 55 G41C G41C
7 B_(1052–1107) 56 G55A(B) C28U
8 B_(589–668) 82 G37U G37U
9 A_(136–227) 93 G10U G10U
10 A_(1113–1187) 74 G60U G60U
11 B_(865–911) 46 C38G C38G
12 E_(2676–2731) 57 C3A C3A
13 E_(99,100,101) 79 G9C G9C
14 E_(90,91,92) 76 G44A(A) G43A
15 E_(89) 43 G36C(B) A23C
16 D_(8,9,10) 53 C36G G31U
17 A_(1420–1480) 56 G47C G47C
18 A_(240–286) 47 U5C U5C
19 A_(442–492) 41 G24U G24U
20 E_(65,66) 57 U22A U22A
21 E_(86,87) 39 G29A(B) G5C
  1. This table summarizes the results for the ribosomal data set, comparing our system results to the results with the largest RNAdistances. In the fourth column we present our system's predicted mutation. When the resulted mutations are identical to RNAdistance, they are presented in bold face. (A) Marks the 2 sequences with a different mutation but similar structure. (B) Marks the 3 sequences with different secondary structure (refer also to Figure 8 and Additional file 1).