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Table 1 The four possible CpN→TpN di-nucleotide RIP mutations and their reverse complements which form the basis for comparisons to determine the dominant form of RIP mutation in both alignment-based and statistical analyses.

From: RIPCAL: a tool for alignment-based analysis of repeat-induced point mutations in fungal genomic sequences

RIP Mutation Reverse Complement*
CpA→TpA TpG→TpA
CpC→TpC GpG→GpA
CpG→TpG CpG→CpA
CpT→TpT ApG→ApA
  1. (*The forward orientation is often referred to in the text, however should be understood to include the reverse complement unless specified otherwise.)