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Fig. 1 | Genome Biology

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From: Telomere-to-telomere assembly of a fish Y chromosome reveals the origin of a young sex chromosome pair

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Haplotype-resolved genome assembly. a Estimation of theĀ genome size and read error rate based on the distribution of k-mers (k = 256) of HiFi reads. b The workflow of haplotype-resolved genome assembly. The haploid consensus was used as a reference to phase the HiFi reads and Hi-C reads. The partitioned haplotype specific HiFi reads were used for separate haploid genome assembly. c, d The assembled chromosomes of both Hap-X and Hap-Y haploid. One color (black or gray) represents a continuous sequence (contig). Most chromosomes have a gap number of less than 10. e The genomic synteny between the Hap-X and Hap-Y genome assemblies shows thatĀ there are very few structural variations between the two haploid genomes. The unanchored scaffolds were shown at the right and top edges

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