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Fig. 2 | Genome Biology

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From: Systematic analysis of dark and camouflaged genes reveals disease-relevant genes hiding in plain sight

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Many dark regions involve protein-coding gene regions. We identified 36,794 dark regions (> 15 million nucleotides) in 6054 gene bodies that were either dark by depth or dark by mapping quality. a Stratifying the gene bodies by GENCODE biotype, 3804 gene bodies were protein coding, 1232 were pseudogenes, and 753 were long intergenic non-coding RNAs (lincRNA). b Of all 36,794 dark regions, 27,982 were intronic, 4351 were in ncRNA exons, 2855 were in protein-coding exons (CDS), 908 were in 5′UTR regions, and 698 were in 3′UTR regions. Any dark region that spanned a gene element boundary (e.g., intron to exon) was split into separate dark regions

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