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Table 1 List of the species used in the study and information of their genome assemblies

From: Is there any intron sliding in mammals?

Organism name Common name Assembly id Assembly date UCSC annotation databasea Annotation date
Homo sapiens Human hg38 Dec 2013 knownGene Oct 2019
Pan troglodytes Chimpanzee panTro5 May 2016 ensGene Feb 2019
Macaca mulatta Rhesus macaque rheMac8 Nov 2015 ensGene Feb 2019
Macaca fascicularis Crab-eating macaque macFas5 Jun 2013 ensGene Feb 2019
Papio anubis Olive baboon papAnu4 Apr 2017 ensGene Jun 2019
Chlorocebus sabaeus Green monkey chlSab2 Mar 2014 ensGene Feb 2019
Callithrix jacchus Common marmoset calJac3 Mar 2009 ensGene Nov 2016
Mus musculus Mouse mm10 Dec 2011 knownGene [ref] Oct 2019
Rattus norvegicus Rat rn6 Jul 2014 ensGene Feb 2019
Heterocephalus glaber Naked mole-rat hetGla2 Jan 2012 ensGene Feb 2019
Canis lupus familiaris Dog canFam3 Sep 2011 ensGene Feb 2019
Felis catus Cat felCat8 Nov 2014 ensGene Aug 2018
Bos taurus Cow bosTau9 Apr. 2018 RefGene Jun 2019
Ovis aries Sheep oviAri4 Nov 2015 RefGene Oct 2018
Sus scrofa Pig susScr11 Feb 2017 ensGene Feb 2019
Monodelphis domestica Gray short-tailed opossum monDom5 Oct 2006 ensGene Feb 2019
  1. a refGene consists of RefSeq gene models in the UCSC, ensGene is a dataset of Ensembl gene predictions, and knownGene contains protein coding genes based on proteins from UniProtKB and their corresponding mRNAs from GenBank