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TableĀ 1 Mixed pattern experiment design for blending samples

From: Recognition of the dense fine speckled (DFS) pattern remains challenging: results from an international internet-based survey

Established sample Sample 1: mix ratio (sample/DFS70) Sample 2: mix ratio (sample/DFS70) Sample 3: mix ratio (sample/DFS70) Sample 4: mix ratio (sample/DFS70) Sample 5: mix ratio (sample/DFS70)
Centromere C1 (10/90) C2 (25/75) C3 (50/50) C4 (75/25) C5 (90/10)
Speckled S1 (10/90) S2 (25/75) S3 (50/50) S4 (75/25) S5 (90/10)
Homogeneous H1 (10/90) H2 (25/75) H3 (50/50) H4 (75/25) H5 (90/10)
Nucleolar N1 (10/90) N2 (25/75) N3 (50/50) N4 (75/25) N5 (90/10)
  1. Each established pattern sample (centromere, nucleolar, speckled, homogeneous) was blended with a known anti-DFS70-positive sample in different ratios