Figure 4.

Identification of insertion/translocation events. (A) Relation between two breakpoints in insertion/translocation events. An L-breakpoint and an R-breakpoint are located in the same position. (B) The way two breakpoints and clipped sequences are generated from insertion/translocation events. If these clipped sequences are remapped to another region, it is a translocation event. If they remain unmapped, it is an insertion event.

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