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From: Pandoraviruses are highly derived phycodnaviruses

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Representation of Pandoraviruses and 7 NCLDV families in the NCVOGs vs the total number of (predicted) protein-coding genes. ‘Extended Mimiviridae’ stands for Mimiviridae, Cafeteria roenbergensis virus, Phaeocystis globosa virus 12T, and Organic Lake phycodnaviruses that have been shown to comprise a monophyletic group [16].

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