Supplemental Material for Corbett-Detig et al., 2019

posted on 30.10.2019 by Russell B. Corbett-Detig, Isakander Said, Maria Calzetta, Max Genetti, Jakob McBroome, Nicholas Maurer, Vincenzo Petrarca, Alessandra della Torre, Nora Besansky

Figure S1. Distance between mapping positions of read pairs in each sample.

Figure S2. Error in breakpoint position estimates at subsampled lower read depths.

Figure S3. Polytene chromosomal arm 2R of Anopheles gambiae.

Table S1. Library properties for Hi-C data collected in this work.

Table S2. Minimum observed ratio of total distance spanned in simulated “inverted”:unmodified proximity ligation data.

Table S3. Predicted mapping positions of inversions studied in this work.

Table S4. Breakpoint adjacent contigs obtained from a recent An. coluzzii genome assembly

Table S5. The ratio of normalized proportions of read pair mapping to quadrants two and four for each arrangement.


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Fine-Mapping Complex Inversion Breakpoints and Investigating Somatic Pairing in the Anopheles gambiae Species Complex Using Proximity-Ligation Sequencing

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