Skip to main content

Table 2 Methylation state change of the 3S1T data

From: Within-sample co-methylation patterns in normal tissues

  Count Percentage
A B C D A B C D
sample 1 - STL001
 A 159,513 12,082 7505 16,928 81.37 6.16 3.83 8.64
 B 12,129 13,298 14,876 30,868 17.04 18.69 20.9 43.37
 C 7398 15,037 41,996 119,380 4.03 8.18 22.85 64.95
 D 17,048 30,890 119,492 1,425,036 1.07 1.94 7.5 89.49
sample 2 - STL002
 A 170,787 13,663 9638 18,661 80.28 6.42 4.53 8.77
 B 13,745 17,814 21,403 35,313 15.57 20.18 24.25 40
 C 9592 21,348 63,698 151,667 3.89 8.67 25.86 61.58
 D 18,723 35,534 151,708 1,308,261 1.24 2.35 10.02 86.4
sample 3 - STL003
 A 209,282 13,179 8953 17,408 84.11 5.3 3.6 7
 B 13,282 20,626 22,691 34,669 14.55 22.6 24.86 37.99
 C 9104 22,403 71,035 154,423 3.54 8.72 27.64 60.1
 D 17,244 35,103 154,381 1,342,781 1.11 2.27 9.96 86.66
  1. The “A”, “B”, “C”, and “D” rows indicate the first methylation state of the CG pair. The “A”, “B”, “C”, and “D” columns indicate the second methylation state of the pair. The “Count” columns display the number of occurrences of each methylation state pair. The “Percentage” columns display the count of each methylation state pair divided by the row sum of the counts. For example, for sample 1 (STL001), in the “AA” cell, the count is 159,513 (the first number in the table), and the percentage is 81.37%. This means that among all the total 196,028 methylation state of A, 159,513 or 81.37% of the times that the next methylation state is still A