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Fig. 10 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 10

From: A nearest-neighbors network model for sequence data reveals new insight into genotype distribution of a pathogen

Fig. 10

Alignment and logos of the most common and most central SSRs. Panel a of this figure shows the alignment for the ten most common (geographically) and ten most central (in the DiWANN network) A. marginale SSRs. The top three entries are SSRs which are only common, while the bottom 3 are only central. Those in the middle seven rows belong to both sets. The logo in panel b represents the most central SSRs, while the one in panel c represents the most common SSRs

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