Figure 1.

Circular representation of the genome-wide distribution of putative chimeric mRNAs. The outermost labels indicate the chromosome name with strand orientation. Each coloured segment (A) in the outermost circle encodes a chromosomal strand. Each bin in a segment represents ten events. Inner Ribbons (B) indicate the associated fusions from the 5 partner to the 3 partner. Ribbons are coloured according to the chromosomal strands in which the 5 partners locate. Ribbons start from the 5 partners with ribbon ends (C) coloured regarding the destination and stop at the 3 partners with gaps (D) between the ribbons and associated segments. Ribbon size encodes the relative abundance of the associated fusion, that is, the count of putative chimeric mRNAs.

Ma et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:429   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-429
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