Fig S2. Half of orangutan UTP14C has been deleted without impacting the function of its host gene ALG11. from Lineage-independent retrotransposition of UTP14 associated with male fertility has occurred multiple times throughout mammalian evolution

2017-12-11T06:30:59Z (GMT) by Jan Rohozinski
Alignment of the human UTP14A reference sequence with the orangutan genome revealed that about 1.2 kilo-bases of UTP14C coding sequence has been deleted from the genome leaving only the terminal 1.1 kilo-bases of original UTP14C sequence. The alignment with the remaining sequence is indicated by the blue arrow.