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Human coding regions were downloaded from UCSC. In UCSC Table Browser, we chose “Feb. 2009 (GRCh37/hg19)” for assembly, “Genes and Gene Predictions” for group, “NCBI RefSeq” for track, and “UCSC RefSeq (refGene)” for table. We chose “BED” as the output format and then clicked “get output”. We chose “Coding Exons” and clicked “get BED.” We performed the same procedure for hg38. The Coding BED file for hg19 was retrieved on August 23, 2017, and the hg38 version was retrieved on September 22, 2019. Both files can be downloaded from our data repository [97] at figshare. To further restrict the human coding regions, we only took the intersection between UCSC Coding regions and the Ensembl Exon regions.

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