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Table 1 Corresponding SVA_D subfamilies in gorilla, chimpanzee and human

From: Phylogenomic analysis reveals splicing as a mechanism of parallel evolution of non-canonical SVAs in hominine primates

Gorilla Chimpanzee Human Observations
gg_SVA_D1 pt_SVA_D1 hs_SVA_D1  
gg_SVA_D2a    
gg_SVA_D2b    
  pt_SVA_D2a hs_SVA_D2a  
  pt_SVA_D2b hs_SVA_D2b 1 species-specific substitution each
gg_SVA_DR pt_SVA_DR hs_SVA_DR  
gg_SVA_DRa   hs_SVA_D9  
gg_SVA_DRb    shared substitutions with SVA_E
gg_SVA_DRc   hs_SVA_DRb 2 species-specific substitutions in hs
gg_SVA_D3    
gg_SVA_D3a   hs_SVA_D7 3 species-specific substitutions in hs
gg_SVA_D3b    
gg_SVA_D3c    
gg_SVA_D4 pt_SVA_D5a hs_SVA_D6b 1 species-specific substitution each; identical in hs&pt
gg_SVA_D4a-h    
gg_SVA_D5a-c    
  pt_SVA_DRa hs_SVA_DRa  
  pt_SVA_DRb hs_SVA_Fa 2 species-specific substitution in pt; 1 in hs
  pt_SVA_DRc hs_SVA_D5a 2 species-specific substitution in pt; 1 in hs
  pt_SVA_DRd hs_SVA_D4 1 species-specific substitution in hs
  pt_SVA_D3 hs_SVA_D3  
  pt_SVA_D4a/b   see Fig. 3c
  pt_SVA_D4c hs_SVA_D6f  
  pt_SVA_D5b/c   see Fig. 3c
  pt_SVA_D6   
   hs_SVA_DRc  
   hs_SVA_D4a  
   hs_SVA_D5 small number of elements in pt
   hs_SVA_D5b  
   hs_SVA_D6a, c, d, e see Fig. 3c
   hs_SVA_D8  
  1. Subfamilies listed in a single column are species-specific. Species-specific substitutions in the last column refer to substitutions present in addition to those shared across species. gg gorilla, pt chimpanzee, hs human