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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: European Chlamydia abortus livestock isolate genomes reveal unusual stability and limited diversity, reflected in geographical signatures

Fig. 3

Pseudogene distribution in C. abortus. The distribution of each of the 51 identified pseudogenes within the phylogeny is shown, with functional genes shown in green and pseudogenes shown in brown. Genes which are predicted to have reverted from non-functional to wild-type sequence are shown in dark blue. Data with assembly uncertainty is shown in white, with genes containing longer homopolymeric tracts often showing variation within the reads. Figure was drawn using Phandango

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