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Table 2 Information on rearrangement and copy number variation

From: Contralateral breast cancer can represent a metastatic spread of the first primary tumor: determination of clonal relationship between contralateral breast cancers using next-generation whole genome sequencing

Patient Tumor Shared rearrangements Total rearrangements Fraction of rearrangements (%) Combined shared fraction of rearrangements (%) Fraction of shared aberrant copy number events (%)
1 BC1 7 15 47 15 18
  BC2 7 40 18   
2 BC1 53 64 83 39 15
  BC2 53 124 43   
3 BC1 28 151 19 9 10
  BC2 28 203 14   
4 BC1 17 256 7 6 18
  BC2 17 75 23   
5 BC1 27 67 40 13 20
  BC2 27 170 16   
6 BC1 62 86 72 46 23
  BC2 62 111 56   
7 BC1 33 128 26 12 22
  BC2 33 173 19   
8 BC1 68 87 78 76 28
  BC2 68 71 96   
9 BC1 20 84 24 10 25
  BC2 20 128 16   
10 BC1 6 58 10 7 28
  BC2 6 30 20   
Summary       
Paired tumors Median 28 87 24 13 21
  Minimum 6 15 7 6 10
  Maximum 68 256 96 76 28
Random pairs Median 4 75 4 2 13
  Minimum 0 6 0 0 6
  Maximum 25 254 43 18 22
  1. BC1 first breast cancer, BC2 second breast cancer
  2. Summarized numbers for randomized matching