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Microsatellite motif, chromosomal density and tandemly repeated amino acid residue in Plasmodium ovale curtisi GH01. Representative charts for (a)10 most frequently repeated motifs in chromosomes, (b) comparative distribution of total microsatellites in total chromosomal and coding sequences (CDS) expressed as microsatellite density, (c) aggregate GC content of microsatellites in CDS and total chromosomal sequences, and (d) six most frequent tandemly repeated amino acids associated with microsatellites. Trend line indicates logarithmic decline in number of tandemly repeated amino acids.

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