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Published online 2012 March 19. doi: 10.1186/bcr3150

Table 1

Statistically significantly different regions between primary breast tumors and brain metastases

Chrom. region a bp startbp endSize (Mbp)% del PT% gain PT% del MET% gain METP valueFdr
1p22.1-21.2944720001018280007.425.83.20.020.00.0050.04
7p22.1-15.253830002778700022.43.2-12.912.90.070.0-80.00.001-0.0020.01-0.02
p11.254565000554750010.50.09.7-12.90.070.00.001-0.0030.01-0.02
10pter-p12.11730002889500028.70.00.020.040.00.0050.04
q11.22-q21.1496850005993500010.33.26.560.020.00.0050.04
q22.1-qter7122600013484800063.60-12.93.2-6.560.0-90.00.0-10.00.001-0.0020.02
11pter-p15.418800096930009.512.9-19.49.7-12.970.00.00.001-0.0050.01-0.04
16q24.287416000874650000.087.10.030.00.00.0020.02
17q11.226591000295000002.916.1-22.625.8-29.070.00.00.001-0.0050.01-0.04

fdr, false discovery rate; MET, brain metastasis; PT, primary tumor. aThe complete region that was statistically significantly different between the two groups (primary versus metastasis). Therefore, some break points in some patients might occur within the region, causing a variation in the frequencies of deletions/amplifications within a region and P values and fdr.