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Fig. 3 | Genome Biology

Fig. 3

From: Massive A-to-I RNA editing is common across the Metazoa and correlates with dsRNA abundance

Fig. 3

Comparing the normalized hyper-editing signal for 19 different species. The level of hyper-editing is measured by the number of A-to-G mismatches in the identified clusters per million mapped bases (standard errors bars are presented for nine species for which we had biological replicates, Additional file 1: Figure S8). For comparison, the numbers of G-to-A clusters (found using the same parameters) are presented, representing the expected false-positive rate

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