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Fig. 6 | BMC Genetics

Fig. 6

From: Hox genes reveal variations in the genomic DNA of allotetraploid hybrids derived from Carassius auratus red var. (female) × Cyprinus carpio L. (male)

Fig. 6

The pseudogenes HoxA10b and HoxC13a2 in 4nAT and the pseudogene HoxA11a2 in RCC. a: listed all the possible amino acid sequences of HoxA10b gene in 4nAT which had base deletions. “*” meant that this site was a terminator when a nucleotide was translated into an amino acid. b and c reflected transcoding mutations in HoxA11a and HoxC13a genes. The amino acid sequences of HoxA11a and HoxC13a were expressed as HoxA11a1 and HoxC13a1, respectively. HoxA11a2 meant that the amino acid sequence of HoxA11a gene with the deletion of base, and HoxC13a2 was on behalf of the amino acid sequence of HoxC13a gene with the insertion of base. “*” represented the same amino acid at this site; “:” meant that this site was a conservative mutation; “.” indicated that the position was a semi-conservative mutation; The blank space represented a large variation in the position

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