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Figure 1

From: Host-derived pathogenicity islands in poxviruses

Figure 1

An example of a typical dotplot. Regions on the x-axis that are identical or similar to regions on the y-axis are marked A, B and C and correspond to regions X, Y, and Z on the y-axis respectively. Regions that correspond to each other are also colour-coded in blue for regions A and X, pink for regions B and Y and turquoise for regions C and Z.

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