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Volume 6, Number 5—October 2000

Perspective

Comparative Genomics and Understanding of Microbial Biology

Claire M. Fraser, Jonathan Eisen, Robert D. Fleischmann, Karen A. Ketchum, and Scott Peterson
Author affiliations: The Institute for Genomic Research, Rockville, Maryland, USA

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Figure 1

Comparison of amino acid frequency in microbial genomes as a function of % guanine + cytosine (G+C). Panel A: amino acids represented by GC-rich codons; panel B: amino acids represented by AT-rich codons.

Figure 1. Comparison of amino acid frequency in microbial genomes as a function of % guanine + cytosine (G+C). Panel A: amino acids represented by GC-rich codons; panel B: amino acids represented by AT-rich codons.

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