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Fig. 1 | Genome Biology

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From: Evolutionarily significant A-to-I RNA editing events originated through G-to-A mutations in primates

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Genome-wide identification of the species-specific and polymorphic Alu-A-to-I RNA editing sites in rhesus macaque. a An overview of the experimental design. b The distribution of the proportions of human-macaque sequence differences is shown for the focal RNA editing sites (Index 0) as well as the nearby non-edited, homozygous A sites within 25 bp upstream or downstream of the focal editing sites (Nearby-A Index). hgG, hgT, and hgC: the macaque editing sites genomically encoded as G, T, and C in human orthologous sites, respectively. c The distribution of the proportions of polymorphic sites within macaque population is shown for the focal editing sites (Index 0) and the nearby homozygous A sites within 25 bp upstream or downstream of the focal editing sites (Nearby-A Index). polyAG, polyAT, and polyAC: the macaque editing sites located on the A/G, A/T and A/C polymorphic sites in the macaque population, respectively

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