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Fig. 1 | Genome Biology

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From: Chromosome-level genome assembly for giant panda provides novel insights into Carnivora chromosome evolution

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Construction of the chromosome-level genome of the giant panda through alignment with the cat genome. The assembled scaffolds of the giant panda (AME) genome (left, 2.29 Gb or 93.53% of the assembled genome) were aligned to the 19 cat (FCA) chromosomes. The blue and orange ideograms are the syntenic regions of the giant panda and cat genomes, respectively. The number on the left is the size of the giant panda scaffold, and the number on the right is start and end position of the aligned cat chromosomes

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