Figure 4.

Six examples of the different patterns of contig distribution in the O. marina 454 RNAseq dataset. (A, and blue lines) unigenes - unique, relatively long contigs; (B, and red lines) fragments - multiple short and partially overlapping contigs; (C, and green lines) gene variant clusters - multiple extensively overlapping contigs sharing ≥ 90%. Bracketed numbers indicate the numbers of reads contributing to the two most abundant and least abundant contigs for each alignment. Note that polymorphisms are indicated along contigs where the reference sequence was derived from O. marina 44_PLY01.

Lowe et al. BMC Genomics 2011 12:519   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-519
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