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Figure 10

From: RNA-Seq of Bacillus licheniformis: active regulatory RNA features expressed within a productive fermentation

Figure 10

Circular plot of transcriptional activity and identified RNA features. Combined depiction of reannotated genes and transcriptional activity of B. licheniformis. Unmappable regions, GC skew, transcription start sites, non-coding RNAs, untranslated regions and antisense transcripts are also shown. 5’UTRs and 3’UTRs are evenly distributed over the whole chromosome of B. licheniformis, except for regions a – h: these regions contain long operon structures (a: ribosomal superoperon, b: lch operon, e: fla/che operon, f: trp operon, h: eps operon) or prophage regions with low transcriptional activity (c, d and g). The classification scheme corresponds to Figure 4. (indep) ncRNA, not antisense to any mRNA; (A misc ) ncRNA partially antisense to an mRNA transcript or antisense to more than one gene; (A i ) ncRNA completely antisense to a protein-coding gene; (A 5 ) ncRNA exclusively antisense to the 5'UTR of an mRNA; (A 3 ) ncRNA exclusively antisense to the 5'UTR of an mRNA; (5'UTR) 5'untranslated region of an mRNA; (A 5'UTR ) 5'UTRs completely or partially antisense to a protein-coding region; (3'UTR) 3'untranslated region of an mRNA transcript; (A 3'UTR ) 3'UTRs completely or partially antisense to a protein-coding region.

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