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Table 2 Estimation of number of probes that respond to target and display an intensity above the background

From: Improved detection of global copy number variation using high density, non-polymorphic oligonucleotide probes

  Probes above background in each sample Probes and fragments above background in 5/5 samples
  Probe count Percentage Probes # (%) Fragment # (%)
  data set 1
Sample1 12,017,471 97.47% 11,786,082 (95.59%) 1,329,822 (99.96%)
Sample2 12,025,953 97.54%     
Sample3 12,075,266 97.94%     
Sample4 12,092,454 98.08%     
Sample5 12,080,046 97.97%     
  data set 2
Sample1 11,980,266 97.17% 11,697,525 (94.87%) 1,329,806 (99.96%)
Sample2 12,053,875 97.76%     
Sample3 12,056,015 97.78%     
Sample4 12,039,968 97.65%     
Sample5 11,981,189 97.17%     
  data set 3
Sample1 11,965,896 97.05% 11,687,506 (94.79%) 1,329,818 (99.96%)
Sample2 12,061,150 97.82%     
Sample3 12,027,025 97.54%     
Sample4 12,060,619 97.82%     
Sample5 12,040,767 97.66%     
  1. Note: Each data set represents a replicate of 1X–5X samples.
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