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Fig. 7 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 7

From: Diversity and distribution of alpha satellite DNA in the genome of an Old World monkey: Cercopithecus solatus

Fig. 7

Phylogenetic relationships between Cercopithecus solatus alpha satellite families and other previously identified primate families. a Phylogenetic tree (Neighbor-joining method, K2P model, 100 bootstraps) for 20 randomly selected sequences within each C1 to C4 family and 22 monomers (labeled with stars) used in [17] to propose the S1-S5 families in Old and New World monkeys (see Methods): one S1 monomer from baboon (blue), two S1 monomers from macaque (black), five S2 monomers from macaque (green), six S1 monomers from Chlorocebus aethiops (red), six S4 monomers (mauve) and two S5 monomers (orange) from New World monkeys. C1 is shown in purple, C2 in pastel green, C3 in dark pink and C4 in light pink. Bootstrap values are given for principal branches when superior to 50. b Phylogenetic tree (Neighbor-joining method, K2P model, 100 bootstraps) for 20 randomly selected sequences within each C1 to C4 family and within pericentromeric human families: R1-2 (blue), M1 (yellow), V1 (gold), H1-2 (green), H3 (red) and H4 (grey). C1 is shown in purple, C2 in pastel green, C3 in dark pink and C4 in light pink. Bootstrap values are given for Cercopithecus solatus principal branches

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