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Bombus terrestris (Buff-tailed bumblebee) vs Apis mellifera (Honey bee, DH4) Synteny results

The syntenic regions between Bombus terrestris (Buff-tailed bumblebee) (Bombus terrestris, Bter_1.0) and Apis mellifera (Honey bee, DH4) (Apis mellifera, Amel_HAv3.1) were extracted from their pairwise alignment in Ensembl Metazoa release 102. We look for stretches where the alignment blocks are in synteny. The search is run in two phases. In the first one, syntenic alignments that are closer than 200 kbp are grouped. In the second phase, the groups that are in synteny are linked provided that no more than 2 non-syntenic groups are found between them and they are less than 3Mbp apart.

Configuration parameters

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Statistics over 187 synteny blocks

Genome coverage (bp) Coding exon coverage (bp)
Bombus terrestris (Buff-tailed bumblebee)

Uncovered: 49,583,889 out of 248,654,244
Covered: 199,070,355 out of 248,654,244

Uncovered: 3,624,449 out of 18,548,448
Covered: 14,923,999 out of 18,548,448

Apis mellifera (Honey bee, DH4)

Uncovered: 32,382,228 out of 225,250,884
Covered: 192,868,656 out of 225,250,884

Uncovered: 2,579,590 out of 18,346,913
Covered: 15,767,323 out of 18,346,913