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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Intra-specific comparison of mitochondrial genomes reveals host gene fragment exchange via intron mobility in Tremella fuciformis

Fig. 3

Structural comparison of cox1 genes with / without predicted intron containing N-terminal duplication of host gene. Figures on left side: comparison of conserved genes carrying /non-carrying the predicted intron. From top to bottom were comparison diagrams of cox1, two for nad4, nad3, nad5, and cob. For each diagram, C-terminal of genes were represented by blue bars; N-terminal (N type), N-terminal I (D type) and N-terminal II (D type) were indicated by light green bars, which were separated by break line filled bars; bars for N-terminal II were also filled by checks. The size of each part of the gene is indicated by the number above or under the bars. Percentage indicates the amino acid identity between N-terminal (N type) and N-terminal I (D type) or N-terminal I (D type) and N-terminal II (D type). Figures on the right side: gels of PCR products for cDNAs of conserved genes the intron, which was corresponding to their left diagram (original full length ones in Supplementary Figures 13). Lane M indicates DNA ladder DL2000; lane 1–5 indicated products for isolates TF05, TF06, TF07, TF01 and TF11. Bands A or B were corresponding to areas pointed to by brackets A or B (or dotted line A) in the left diagram

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