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Fig. 1 | BMC Genomics

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From: Analysis of nucleosome positioning landscapes enables gene discovery in the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum

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Nucleosome occupancy patterns in P. falciparum. a Average sequence coverage profiles around the start (left panel) and the end (right panel) of genes (colored line), and in intergenic regions (black line) in the nucleosome occupancy data set from Bunnik et al. [22] (data set B1). b Similar analysis for the nucleosome occupancy data set from Bartfai et al. [30] (data set B2). In all windows, the genomic position indicated on the x-axis is relative to the location of the gene start/end, or to the midpoint of intergenic windows

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