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Archived Comments for: Sequence characteristics of T4-like bacteriophage IME08 genome termini revealed by high throughput sequencing

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  1. Correction: Forward ends are "less" permuted than the reverse ends

    cun li, Beijing Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology

    31 May 2011

    The overall frequencies of forward HFSs are greater than that of the reserve HFSs (Figure 7 and additional file 3), again suggesting that the replication and packaging of the genome is asymmetric and that the forward ends (5' relative to the genome) are less permuted than the reverse ends (3' relative to the genome).

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