Supplementary Figure 2.
Distribution of non-B DNA motifs in relation to CNV breakpoints. The beanplots in orange refer to distribution of non-B DNA repeats in the sequences flanking the CNV breakpoints (combines upstream and downstream sequences) while the beanplots in grey refer to control sequences. The red line marks the location of the CNV breakpoint (at position 25 bp of 225 bp of total sequence). Small lines refer to individual observations (control sequences have 10x more data) while the longer black line refers to the average of the distribution. Each beanplot refers to a specific type of non-B DNA motif.
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Cardoso-Moreira et al. Genome Biology 2012 13:R119 doi:10.1186/gb-2012-13-12-r119