Expansions and contractions with the pFP58 donor template

% rearranged in recipient only% rearranged
in donor
% rearranged
in both
WT26.32.623.72.60NR: 37NR: 28
(10/38)(1/38)(9/38)(1/38)(0/38)R: 1 (+2R)R: 1 (-10M); 1 (-7M);
1 (-5M); 1 (-2M);
2 (-3L); 1 (-2R); 1 (-1R)
1 (-3L and -1R); 1 (+1L)
msh22.902.900NR: 35NR: 34
(1/35)(0/35)(1/35)(0/35)(0/35)R: 1 (-10M)
msh621.12.618.400NR: 38NR: 30
(8/38)(1/38)(7/38)(0/38)(0/38)R: 1 (-5L); 1 (-4L);
1 (-2R);
2 (-1L); 2 (-1R);
1 (+6L and -4R)
pms113.5013.500NR: 37NR: 32
(5/37)(0/37)(5/37)(0/37)(0/37)R: 1 (-10M); 1 (-7M);
1 (-4M); 1 (-2R);
1 (-2R/NR)
  • a Notations are the same as in Table 1. In addition, a letter L, R, or M is appended to each rearrangement event to indicate where the rearrangement took place: it can be confined to the left (L) or right (R) tandem array, or, in a big deletion event, remove the piece of polylinker in the middle together with a number of repeated units on each side (M), leaving only one tandem array. In two cases, rearrangements occurred on both arrays independently (example: +6L and -4R).