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Figure 2

From: Distinct chromatin features characterize different classes of repeat sequences in Drosophila melanogaster

Figure 2

Percentage of four repeat classes in the genomes of 10 DGRP wild-caught fly lines. Paired-end reads from individual sequencing experiments were mapped to short repeat, 359 bp and transposon libraries and the percentage of total reads was calculated. The percentage of "low complexity, not short repeats" sequences was found by subtracting the percentage of short repeat sequences from the percentage of sequences with a low complexity score. Each value represents a median for a single fly line.

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