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Fig. 3 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 3

From: Odintifier - A computational method for identifying insertions of organellar origin from modern and ancient high-throughput sequencing data based on haplotype phasing

Fig. 3

African lion mitochondrial sequence assembled through iterations. a Sequence similarity dendrogram of the sequences reconstructed on the different iterations of odintifier using as reference the mitogenome KF776494.1 and NC_018053.1 excluding the control region. Black labeled iterations represent the use of odintifier with GenomeAnalysisTK for the phasing step. Orange labeled iterations are those in which the resulting sequence from using GenomeAnalysisTK for the phasing converged to almost the same unresolved sequence. Blue iterations implement the use of samtools for the phasing step to separate the reads by allele, greatly enhancing the resolution of multiallelic blocks and overcoming the convergence state. b Coverage on the reconstructed African lion sequences obtained from iterations 1, 12, 18, and 26

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