Figure 2.

Occurrence of highly similar UniTags within deepSuperSAGE libraries. A) Proportion of similar hits found after BLASTing any given UniTag against its own SuperSAGE library. Three sources of UniTags were compared, comprising two chickpea SuperSAGE libraries and a Musa acuminata SuperSAGE library deposited in the public domain. Almost 70% of the UniTags do not find similar hits, whereas 30% can find more than one similar UniTag within the own library B) Example of a family of very similar UniTags annotated to a histone H3 UniProt entry. Several of the UniTags are differentiated by SNPs, and represent so called SNP-associated alternative tags (SAATs) families. Large copy number differences can be observed among very similar UniTags (graphically represented in the right panel)

Molina et al. BMC Plant Biology 2011 11:31   doi:10.1186/1471-2229-11-31
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