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From: The rhesus macaque is three times as diverse but more closely equivalent in damaging coding variation as compared to the human

Figure 2

Average nucleotide diversity (θ SNP ) of humans and rhesus macaques, comparatively measuring variation in different genomic regions. A). θSNP is calculated for nucleotides with > = 6x sequence coverage. B). Nucleotide diversity of human and macaque calculated for different sequencing coverages. C). Average nucleotide diversity of five different genomic regions; D). Average nucleotide diversity for synonymous cSNPs and nsSNPs. Error bars in (C) and (D) indicate standard error of mean.

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