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Fig. 1 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: RETRACTED ARTICLE: The complete mitochondrial genomes of two freshwater snails provide new protein-coding gene rearrangement models and phylogenetic implications

Fig. 1

Gene maps and organization of the complete mitochondrial genomes of Radix swinhoei (a) and Planorbarius corneus (c). The outer and the inner circles represent the positive (H-strand) and the negative (L-strand) strand, respectively. The tRNA genes are named using single-letter amino acid abbreviations as shown in the Tables (b, d). aIndicates that the gene is encoded by H or L strand; b Intergenic nucleotides, indicates the number of nucleotides separating a gene from the one upstream of it; negative numbers indicate an overlap between the adjacent genes; cIncomplete termination codon, which might probably be extended by post-transcriptional adenylation; dRepresent the presence of repeat masker

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