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Fig. 5

From: Conservation and divergence of the histone code in nucleomorphs

Fig. 5

Conservation of key posttranscriptionally modified residues in chlorarachniophyte and cryptophyte nucleomorph histones H3 and H4. a Histone H3; b Histone H4. The radius r refers to the size of the context considered when scoring conservation. When r=1, only the residue itself is considered; when r=0, a perfect match to the three-amino acid peptide also including the flanking residues on each side is required; when r=2, the five-amino acid peptide also including the two flanking residues on each side is considered. A score of 1 means conservation according to these criteria, while a score of 0 means lack of conservation. Conservation was scored against the Homo sapiens histone H3.3 and H4 sequences

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