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Table 5 hsp70-related pseudogenes in the human genome: Type and evolutionary origin

From: hsp70 genes in the human genome: Conservation and differentiation patterns predict a wide array of overlapping and specialized functions

Namea Type PD Ori PD Ori Sim Name Type PD Ori PD Ori Sim
P1.1 P HSPA5 HSPA51 90 P7.2 P HSPA8 HSPA81 71
P1.2 P - HSPA81 88 F7 - - HSPA82 46
P2.1 P HSPA8 HSPA81 68 P8 D - HSPA81 76
P2.2 P - HSPA9B1 83 F8.1 A - HSPA82 46
P2.3 A - HSPA82 27 F8.2 - - HSPA82 33
P3.1 P - HSPA81 87 P9 D - HSPA82 31
P3.2 A HSPA6 HSPA81 74 P10 - - HSPA82 23
P4 D - HSPA82 30 P12.1 D HSPA8 HSPA81 88
P5 P HSPA8 HSPA81 73 P12.2 D HSPA8 HSPA81 69
F5 - - HSPA82 70 F13 A - HSPA82 30
F6.1 D - HSPA82 36 F18.1 A - HSPA9B2 87
F6.2 - - HSPA82 27 F18.2 - - HSPA82 51
F6.3 A - HSPA82 87 PX.1 P - HSPA81 79
F6.4 - - HSPA82 30 PX.2 D HSPA6 HSPA82 73
P7.1 P HSPA8 HSPA81 90 PX.3 P HSPA8 HSPA81 83
  1. aAbbreviations and symbols: pseudogenes with a predicted pseudocoding region ≥ 300 aa are called P, and those shorter than 300 aa are called F (fragment); PD, Pseudogene Database [19]; Type PD, predicted pseudogene type as per the Pseudogene Database; Ori PD, pseudogene origin as per the Pseudogene Database; Ori, pseudogene origin determined in this work, based on phylogenetic-tree branching (1 superscript) and based on similarity with the closest sequence (2 superscript); Sim, percent similarity (identities plus conservative substitutions of the predicted pseudoprotein); P, processed (retrotranscribed); A, ambiguous; D, duplicated.