Figure 5.

New predicted RNAs. a) An example of a new predicted RNA. This is the RNA2 in Table 6. This figure shows a screenshot from the GenomeView Browser [64]. The light blue bars show the coding regions (Rv1230c and Rv1231); the tan bar shows the conserved region predicted by Gumby [65]; and the green bar shows the region predicted to fold by Evofold [66]. The yellow and green plots in the center show the RNA-seq data. Green signifies reads from the negative strand, and yellow shows the total reads (positive and negative strands). The multiple alignment is shown on the bottom (darker grey signifies a higher degree of conservation; red signifies no alignment at that position). You can see that this predicted RNA region is conserved through M. avium. The rulers at the top show the gene structure. Small red squares show where stop codons are present all six reading frames, indicating that this intergenic region is unlikely to be a protein-coding region missed in the annotation. b) Northern blots validating four of the new, predicted small RNAs (RNA1, RNA2, RNA3, and RNA9 in Table 6).

McGuire et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:120   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-120
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