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From: Same-strand overlapping genes in bacteria: compositional determinants of phase bias

Figure 1

Orientations and phases of gene overlap. Genes can overlap on the same strand and on the opposite strand. The reference gene in a pair of overlapping genes is called phase 0. Same-strand overlaps can be in two phases (1 and 2); opposite-strand overlaps can be in three phases (0, 1, and 2). First and second codon positions, in which ~5% and 0% of the changes are synonymous, are marked in red. Third codon positions, in which ~70% of the changes are synonymous, are marked in blue.

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