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Fig. 2

From: Ribosome signatures aid bacterial translation initiation site identification

Fig. 2

Examples of predicted translated open reading frames (ORFs). Showing genomic tracks of unadjusted ribo-seq read coverage in blue (y axis scale on the right hand side), annotated genes in black, predicted ORFs in orange and N-terminal peptides in grey; (upper) a predicted ORF in agreement with the annotated ORFs, supported by ribo-seq coverage and N-terminal evidence; (middle upper) a predicted extension relative to the annotated ORF, with N-terminal evidence and ribo-seq coverage supporting the extended prediction; (middle lower) a predicted truncation relative to the annotated ORF, with support from ribo-seq coverage; (lower) a novel predicted ORF (Chromosome:2064124-2064558), supported by N-terminal evidence and ribo-seq coverage

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