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Fig. 3

From: The design and construction of reference pangenome graphs with minigraph

Fig. 3

Characteristics of the human and the great ape graphs. a Human variations stratified by repeat class and by the number of alleles of each variation. The repeat annotation was obtained from the longest allele of each variation. VNTR: variable-number tandem repeat, a tandem repeat with the unit motif length ≥7bp. STR: short random repeat, a tandem repeat with the unit motif length ≤6bp. LCR: low-complexity regions. Mixed-inter.: a variation involving ≥2 types of interspersed repeats. b Great ape variations stratified by repeat class and by the number of alleles. c Human biallelic variations stratified by repeat class and by insertion to/deletion from GRCh38. Both alleles are required to be covered in all assemblies. d Human-specific biallelic variations stratified by repeat class and by insertion to/deletion from GRCh38. Red bars correspond to insertions to the human lineage. e Distribution of different types of human variations along chromosomes. f Boxplot of the longest allele length in each repeat class. Outliers are omitted for the clarity of the figure

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