Fig. S3 - ESOM.pdf from A single-cell genome reveals diplonemid-like ancestry of kinetoplastid mitochondrial gene structure

  • Jeremy Wideman (Contributor)
  • Thomas A. Richards (Contributor)
  • Alastair G B Simpson (Contributor)
  • Raquel Rodríguez-Martínez (Contributor)
  • David S. Milner (Contributor)
  • Guy Leonard (Contributor)
  • Gordon Lax (Contributor)



Figure S3: An emergent self-organising map (ESOM) trained on the tetranucleotide frequencies present in three sets of contigs. Green: Genome of the Escherichia virus T4, Orange: Contigs containing the genes used in the phylogenomic analyses, and Blue: Contigs identified as having mitochondrial signal. We can observe that there is no overlap or islands in the data, thus indicating that the three sets of data are distinct and so suggesting there is no contamination between them.
Date made availableJan 1 2019
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