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Fig. 4 | Algorithms for Molecular Biology

Fig. 4

From: Detecting transcriptomic structural variants in heterogeneous contexts via the Multiple Compatible Arrangements Problem

Fig. 4

Examples on which D-SQUID predicts a validated (a) and an unvalidated (b) TSV event that impacts biologically significant genes. The blue blocks represent segments in the GSG. The red edges mark the discordant edges in the original arrangement. Blue and green blocks mark exons of different genes and dark purple blocks mark UTRs in (b). Regions highlighted in yellow in the gene models mark the corresponding segments in GSG

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