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Fig. 3 | Zoological Letters

Fig. 3

From: Rhodopsin gene copies in Japanese eel originated in a teleost-specific genome duplication

Fig. 3

Microsynteny of 11 genes including rho

Rhodopsin genes are colored in black, and three pairs of paralogs present in Japanese eel and Asian arowana, magi1, prickle2 and atxn7, are highlighted in blue. In scaffold 435 of Japanese eel, atxn7 was predicted at the end, and thoc7 was not found in any other scaffolds. Putatively orthologous syntenies are denoted as #1 and #2, respectively.

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