An assessment of the complexity of 3' UTRs relative to that of protein-coding sequences: a comparison of the three models selected for each pairwise alignment of 3 UTRs
The dataset comes from a study which assessed the complexity of 3′ UTRs (three prime untranslated regions) relative to that of protein-coding sequences, by comparing the extent to which segmental substructures can be detected within these two genomic fractions based on sequence composition and conservation.
The data provides results from a comparison of the three models for each pairwise alignment of 3′ UTRs. The data shows that MP: mixture proportions; T/T: Transition/Transversion ratio. Class 11 of Dme vs Dsi (MP: 0.7%, Conservation: 56%, GC content: 17% and T/T: 0.5) and the class 9 of Dme vs Dya (MP: 7.5%, Conservation: 85%, GC content: 45% and T/T: 1.1) alignments did not match with other models.
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