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From: Comparative analyses of vertebrate posterior HoxD clusters reveal atypical cluster architecture in the caecilian Typhlonectes natans

Figure 2

Global alignment of the vertebrate posterior HoxD clusters. The graphs represent the percentage of nucleotide sequence conservation of each vertebrate HoxD cluster compared to the orthologous region in the mouse HoxD cluster. Blue peaks represent coding regions, corresponding to the Hox exons on top of the figure; pink peaks represent highly conserved non-coding sequences. The shaded boxes indicate a Hoxd-13 pseudogene in the coelacanth and a Hoxd-12 pseudogene in the caecilian.

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