Figure 2—figure supplement 7. | Population scale mapping of transposable element diversity reveals links to gene regulation and epigenomic variation

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Population scale mapping of transposable element diversity reveals links to gene regulation and epigenomic variation

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The University of Western Australia, Australia; The Australian National University, Australia
Figure 2—figure supplement 7.
Download figureOpen in new tabFigure 2—figure supplement 7. Frequency of TE insertion in the KEE regions. 

(A) Number of TE insertion variants within each 300 kb KNOT ENGAGED ELEMENT (KEE, vertical lines) and the number of TE insertion variants found in 10,000 randomly selected 300 kb windows (histogram). (B) Table showing number of TE insertion variants within each KEE region, and the associated p-value determined by resampling 10,000 times.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.20777.019