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Fig. 2 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 2

From: BATVI: Fast, sensitive and accurate detection of virus integrations

Fig. 2

This figure illustrates the orientation of the chimera reads when they map on the human genome. For all examples, we orient the human-virus integration fragments such that the human reference is in +ve strain. ac illustrate cases where human is on the 5’ side of virus. In such cases, for each read R i aligned on the human genome, we have either the whole read R i or its prefix aligns on the +ve strand of the human genome or only the prefix of R i aligns on the -ve strand of the human genome. df illustrate cases where human is on the 3’ side of virus. In such cases, for every read R i aligned on the human, we have either R i or its suffix aligns on the -ve strain of the human genome or only the suffix of R i aligns on the +ve strain of the human genome

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