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Repetitive Elements May Comprise Over Two-Thirds of the Human Genome

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MIR element-specific P-clouds detect the short fragments that RepeatMasker cannot.

A) Predicted true distribution of MIR fragments in the human genome, using observed RepeatMasker results and RepeatMasker's sensitivity estimates from Figure 5B. B) Novel P-clouds annotations on the RepeatMasked portion of the human genome, minus predicted false positives from dinucleotide simulations (see text).

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