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From: AT excursion: a new approach to predict replication origins in viral genomes by locating AT-rich regions

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Predictions of AT excursion and BWS 1 . In this figure, the set A consists of origin replications predicted by the AT excursion method and B consists of those predicted by the BWS1 method. A BC= {cehv71, cehv72, ehv41, hsv21, hsv22, hsv23}, AC B = {cehv162, cehv163, ebv1, ebv3, hhv6, hhv6b, rcmv}, (A B)C= {bohv4, ehv42, ehv43, hhv7}. The rest of the replication origins (26 of them) are predicted by both methods. Note that for viruses with several known replication origins, such as the hsv2, which has three (see Table 3), we denote the replication origins as hsv21, hsv22, hsv23, etc.

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