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Figure 6

From: Assemblathon 2: evaluating de novo methods of genome assembly in three vertebrate species

Figure 6

Examples of annotated Fosmid sequences in bird and snake. A) An example bird Fosmid, and B) an example snake Fosmid. ‘Coverage’ track shows depth of read coverage (green = < 1x, red = > 10x, black = everything else); ‘Repeats’ track shows low-complexity and simple repeats (green) and all other repeats (gray). Alignments to assemblies are shown in remaining tracks (one assembly per track). Black bars represent unique alignments to a single scaffold, red bars represent regions of the Fosmid which aligned to multiple scaffolds from that assembly. Unique Fosmid sequence identifiers are included above each coverage track.

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