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    Interesting Stats for Archaea Elusimicrobium Minutum

    Here is the output so far for the Archaea Elusimicrobium Minutum

    I analysed all repeats that are 15 letters long and that occur with a frequency between 6 and 56 times.

    Then I measured the length of each cycle (from the beginning of one repeat to the beginning of the next, and called this DIFF)

    Finally I examined each cycle length to see if it was a multiple of 13, 21, 31, 37, 66 or 73

    The results are quite interesting



    AACATGTCCTACAGG - 6
    ACAAGCGTACAATAT - 6
    AGGGCAACCCTAACA - 6
    CAAAAACGTCGTGTC - 6
    CAACATGTCCTACAG - 6
    CCCGACAACATGTCC - 6
    CCGACAACATGTCCT - 6
    CGACAACATGTCCTA - 6
    CGGATATTAAAAAAG - 6
    CTGCGTAAGCCGGGG - 6
    GAAAAAAGGATTTAC - 6
    GACAACATGTCCTAC - 6
    GATATTAAAAAAGTA - 6
    GCCCGACAACATGTC - 6
    GGATATTAAAAAAGT - 6
    TATGCCTATAATTAA - 6
    TCTTTTGTTTCAAAG - 6
    TGCAATACAGTGAAG - 6
    TGCCCGACAACATGT - 6
    TTGTTTCAAAGCTTC - 6
    TTTGTTTCAAAGCTT - 6
    TTTTGTTTCAAAGCT - 6

    AACATGTCCTACAGG POSIT: 515600 DIFF : 515600
    AACATGTCCTACAGG POSIT: 586444 DIFF : 70844
    AACATGTCCTACAGG POSIT: 586528 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AACATGTCCTACAGG POSIT: 754490 DIFF : 167962
    AACATGTCCTACAGG POSIT: 754574 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AACATGTCCTACAGG POSIT: 754658 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    ACAAGCGTACAATAT POSIT: 515625 DIFF : -239033
    ACAAGCGTACAATAT POSIT: 586469 DIFF : 70844
    ACAAGCGTACAATAT POSIT: 588784 DIFF : 2315
    ACAAGCGTACAATAT POSIT: 588868 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    ACAAGCGTACAATAT POSIT: 754515 DIFF : 165647
    ACAAGCGTACAATAT POSIT: 754599 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    AGGGCAACCCTAACA POSIT: 266226 DIFF : -488373
    AGGGCAACCCTAACA POSIT: 266424 DIFF : 198 = 66 x 3
    AGGGCAACCCTAACA POSIT: 266556 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    AGGGCAACCCTAACA POSIT: 266688 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    AGGGCAACCCTAACA POSIT: 266754 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AGGGCAACCCTAACA POSIT: 266886 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2

    CAAAAACGTCGTGTC POSIT: 515497 DIFF : 248611
    CAAAAACGTCGTGTC POSIT: 515665 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    CAAAAACGTCGTGTC POSIT: 586509 DIFF : 70844
    CAAAAACGTCGTGTC POSIT: 588656 DIFF : 2147
    CAAAAACGTCGTGTC POSIT: 588740 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CAAAAACGTCGTGTC POSIT: 754639 DIFF : 165899

    CAACATGTCCTACAG POSIT: 515599 DIFF : -239040
    CAACATGTCCTACAG POSIT: 586443 DIFF : 70844
    CAACATGTCCTACAG POSIT: 586527 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CAACATGTCCTACAG POSIT: 754489 DIFF : 167962
    CAACATGTCCTACAG POSIT: 754573 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CAACATGTCCTACAG POSIT: 754657 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    CCCGACAACATGTCC POSIT: 515594 DIFF : -239063
    CCCGACAACATGTCC POSIT: 515762 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    CCCGACAACATGTCC POSIT: 586354 DIFF : 70592
    CCCGACAACATGTCC POSIT: 586438 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CCCGACAACATGTCC POSIT: 754484 DIFF : 168046 = 73 x 2302
    CCCGACAACATGTCC POSIT: 754568 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    CCGACAACATGTCCT POSIT: 515511 DIFF : -239057 = 13 x -18389
    CCGACAACATGTCCT POSIT: 515595 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CCGACAACATGTCCT POSIT: 586355 DIFF : 70760
    CCGACAACATGTCCT POSIT: 586439 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CCGACAACATGTCCT POSIT: 754485 DIFF : 168046 = 73 x 2302
    CCGACAACATGTCCT POSIT: 754569 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    CGACAACATGTCCTA POSIT: 515512 DIFF : -239057 = 13 x -18389
    CGACAACATGTCCTA POSIT: 515596 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CGACAACATGTCCTA POSIT: 586356 DIFF : 70760
    CGACAACATGTCCTA POSIT: 586440 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CGACAACATGTCCTA POSIT: 754486 DIFF : 168046 = 73 x 2302
    CGACAACATGTCCTA POSIT: 754570 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    CGGATATTAAAAAAG POSIT: 517436 DIFF : -237134
    CGGATATTAAAAAAG POSIT: 556297 DIFF : 38861
    CGGATATTAAAAAAG POSIT: 679328 DIFF : 123031
    CGGATATTAAAAAAG POSIT: 681215 DIFF : 1887 = 37 x 51
    CGGATATTAAAAAAG POSIT: 843997 DIFF : 162782
    CGGATATTAAAAAAG POSIT: 846062 DIFF : 2065

    CTGCGTAAGCCGGGG POSIT: 14768 DIFF : -831294
    CTGCGTAAGCCGGGG POSIT: 767343 DIFF : 752575
    CTGCGTAAGCCGGGG POSIT: 769665 DIFF : 2322
    CTGCGTAAGCCGGGG POSIT: 899029 DIFF : 129364
    CTGCGTAAGCCGGGG POSIT: 915762 DIFF : 16733
    CTGCGTAAGCCGGGG POSIT: 1258898 DIFF : 343136

    GAAAAAAGGATTTAC POSIT: 371981 DIFF : -886917
    GAAAAAAGGATTTAC POSIT: 620512 DIFF : 248531
    GAAAAAAGGATTTAC POSIT: 718056 DIFF : 97544
    GAAAAAAGGATTTAC POSIT: 1109475 DIFF : 391419 = 21 x 18639
    GAAAAAAGGATTTAC POSIT: 1210522 DIFF : 101047 = 37 x 2731
    GAAAAAAGGATTTAC POSIT: 1362664 DIFF : 152142

    GACAACATGTCCTAC POSIT: 515513 DIFF : -847151
    GACAACATGTCCTAC POSIT: 515597 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GACAACATGTCCTAC POSIT: 586357 DIFF : 70760
    GACAACATGTCCTAC POSIT: 586441 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GACAACATGTCCTAC POSIT: 754487 DIFF : 168046 = 73 x 2302
    GACAACATGTCCTAC POSIT: 754571 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    GATATTAAAAAAGTA POSIT: 150373 DIFF : -604198
    GATATTAAAAAAGTA POSIT: 517438 DIFF : 367065
    GATATTAAAAAAGTA POSIT: 679330 DIFF : 161892
    GATATTAAAAAAGTA POSIT: 681217 DIFF : 1887 = 37 x 51
    GATATTAAAAAAGTA POSIT: 843999 DIFF : 162782
    GATATTAAAAAAGTA POSIT: 846064 DIFF : 2065

    GCCCGACAACATGTC POSIT: 515593 DIFF : -330471 = 73 x -4527
    GCCCGACAACATGTC POSIT: 515761 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    GCCCGACAACATGTC POSIT: 586353 DIFF : 70592
    GCCCGACAACATGTC POSIT: 586437 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GCCCGACAACATGTC POSIT: 754483 DIFF : 168046 = 73 x 2302
    GCCCGACAACATGTC POSIT: 754567 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    GGATATTAAAAAAGT POSIT: 517437 DIFF : -237130
    GGATATTAAAAAAGT POSIT: 556298 DIFF : 38861
    GGATATTAAAAAAGT POSIT: 679329 DIFF : 123031
    GGATATTAAAAAAGT POSIT: 681216 DIFF : 1887 = 37 x 51
    GGATATTAAAAAAGT POSIT: 843998 DIFF : 162782
    GGATATTAAAAAAGT POSIT: 846063 DIFF : 2065

    TATGCCTATAATTAA POSIT: 66337 DIFF : -779726
    TATGCCTATAATTAA POSIT: 383835 DIFF : 317498
    TATGCCTATAATTAA POSIT: 623262 DIFF : 239427 = 37 x 6471
    TATGCCTATAATTAA POSIT: 689841 DIFF : 66579
    TATGCCTATAATTAA POSIT: 860365 DIFF : 170524
    TATGCCTATAATTAA POSIT: 1259464 DIFF : 399099

    TCTTTTGTTTCAAAG POSIT: 276820 DIFF : -982644 = 13 x -75588
    TCTTTTGTTTCAAAG POSIT: 868557 DIFF : 591737
    TCTTTTGTTTCAAAG POSIT: 876948 DIFF : 8391
    TCTTTTGTTTCAAAG POSIT: 894912 DIFF : 17964
    TCTTTTGTTTCAAAG POSIT: 966418 DIFF : 71506
    TCTTTTGTTTCAAAG POSIT: 1271716 DIFF : 305298 = 21 x 14538

    TGCAATACAGTGAAG POSIT: 586644 DIFF : -685072
    TGCAATACAGTGAAG POSIT: 587034 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    TGCAATACAGTGAAG POSIT: 587160 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    TGCAATACAGTGAAG POSIT: 588959 DIFF : 1799
    TGCAATACAGTGAAG POSIT: 754774 DIFF : 165815 = 13 x 12755
    TGCAATACAGTGAAG POSIT: 755068 DIFF : 294 = 21 x 14

    TGCCCGACAACATGT POSIT: 515592 DIFF : -239476
    TGCCCGACAACATGT POSIT: 515760 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    TGCCCGACAACATGT POSIT: 586352 DIFF : 70592
    TGCCCGACAACATGT POSIT: 586436 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    TGCCCGACAACATGT POSIT: 754482 DIFF : 168046 = 73 x 2302
    TGCCCGACAACATGT POSIT: 754566 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    TTGTTTCAAAGCTTC POSIT: 868561 DIFF : 113995
    TTGTTTCAAAGCTTC POSIT: 876952 DIFF : 8391
    TTGTTTCAAAGCTTC POSIT: 911319 DIFF : 34367
    TTGTTTCAAAGCTTC POSIT: 928533 DIFF : 17214
    TTGTTTCAAAGCTTC POSIT: 966422 DIFF : 37889
    TTGTTTCAAAGCTTC POSIT: 1271720 DIFF : 305298 = 21 x 14538

    TTTGTTTCAAAGCTT POSIT: 868560 DIFF : -403160
    TTTGTTTCAAAGCTT POSIT: 876951 DIFF : 8391
    TTTGTTTCAAAGCTT POSIT: 911318 DIFF : 34367
    TTTGTTTCAAAGCTT POSIT: 928532 DIFF : 17214
    TTTGTTTCAAAGCTT POSIT: 966421 DIFF : 37889
    TTTGTTTCAAAGCTT POSIT: 1271719 DIFF : 305298 = 21 x 14538

    TTTTGTTTCAAAGCT POSIT: 868559 DIFF : -403160
    TTTTGTTTCAAAGCT POSIT: 876950 DIFF : 8391
    TTTTGTTTCAAAGCT POSIT: 894914 DIFF : 17964
    TTTTGTTTCAAAGCT POSIT: 911317 DIFF : 16403
    TTTTGTTTCAAAGCT POSIT: 966420 DIFF : 55103
    TTTTGTTTCAAAGCT POSIT: 1271718 DIFF : 305298 = 21 x 14538


    AAAAACGTCGTGTCC - 7
    AGTGAAGACGGAGCG - 7
    ATAAAAAAGCCCCGC - 7
    GACGGAGCGTGCTGC - 7
    GCAATACAGTGAAGA - 7
    GTGAAGACGGAGCGT - 7
    TTCTTTTGTTTCAAA - 7
    TTTCTTTTGTTTCAA - 7

    AAAAACGTCGTGTCC POSIT: 515498 DIFF : -756220
    AAAAACGTCGTGTCC POSIT: 515666 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    AAAAACGTCGTGTCC POSIT: 586510 DIFF : 70844
    AAAAACGTCGTGTCC POSIT: 588657 DIFF : 2147
    AAAAACGTCGTGTCC POSIT: 588741 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AAAAACGTCGTGTCC POSIT: 754640 DIFF : 165899
    AAAAACGTCGTGTCC POSIT: 1100016 DIFF : 345376

    AGTGAAGACGGAGCG POSIT: 586652 DIFF : -513364
    AGTGAAGACGGAGCG POSIT: 587042 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    AGTGAAGACGGAGCG POSIT: 587168 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    AGTGAAGACGGAGCG POSIT: 587294 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    AGTGAAGACGGAGCG POSIT: 588967 DIFF : 1673
    AGTGAAGACGGAGCG POSIT: 754530 DIFF : 165563
    AGTGAAGACGGAGCG POSIT: 754782 DIFF : 252 = 21 x 12

    ATAAAAAAGCCCCGC POSIT: 8670 DIFF : -746112
    ATAAAAAAGCCCCGC POSIT: 49301 DIFF : 40631
    ATAAAAAAGCCCCGC POSIT: 576207 DIFF : 526906
    ATAAAAAAGCCCCGC POSIT: 690772 DIFF : 114565
    ATAAAAAAGCCCCGC POSIT: 757602 DIFF : 66830
    ATAAAAAAGCCCCGC POSIT: 911441 DIFF : 153839
    ATAAAAAAGCCCCGC POSIT: 1288630 DIFF : 377189

    GACGGAGCGTGCTGC POSIT: 515562 DIFF : -773068
    GACGGAGCGTGCTGC POSIT: 515730 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    GACGGAGCGTGCTGC POSIT: 586964 DIFF : 71234
    GACGGAGCGTGCTGC POSIT: 587048 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GACGGAGCGTGCTGC POSIT: 587174 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GACGGAGCGTGCTGC POSIT: 587300 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GACGGAGCGTGCTGC POSIT: 754536 DIFF : 167236

    GCAATACAGTGAAGA POSIT: 586645 DIFF : -167891
    GCAATACAGTGAAGA POSIT: 587035 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    GCAATACAGTGAAGA POSIT: 587161 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GCAATACAGTGAAGA POSIT: 587287 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GCAATACAGTGAAGA POSIT: 588960 DIFF : 1673
    GCAATACAGTGAAGA POSIT: 754775 DIFF : 165815 = 13 x 12755
    GCAATACAGTGAAGA POSIT: 755069 DIFF : 294 = 21 x 14

    GTGAAGACGGAGCGT POSIT: 586653 DIFF : -168416
    GTGAAGACGGAGCGT POSIT: 587043 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    GTGAAGACGGAGCGT POSIT: 587169 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GTGAAGACGGAGCGT POSIT: 587295 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GTGAAGACGGAGCGT POSIT: 588968 DIFF : 1673
    GTGAAGACGGAGCGT POSIT: 754531 DIFF : 165563
    GTGAAGACGGAGCGT POSIT: 754783 DIFF : 252 = 21 x 12

    TTCTTTTGTTTCAAA POSIT: 276819 DIFF : -477964
    TTCTTTTGTTTCAAA POSIT: 868556 DIFF : 591737
    TTCTTTTGTTTCAAA POSIT: 876947 DIFF : 8391
    TTCTTTTGTTTCAAA POSIT: 894911 DIFF : 17964
    TTCTTTTGTTTCAAA POSIT: 966417 DIFF : 71506
    TTCTTTTGTTTCAAA POSIT: 1003858 DIFF : 37441
    TTCTTTTGTTTCAAA POSIT: 1271715 DIFF : 267857

    TTTCTTTTGTTTCAA POSIT: 276818 DIFF : -994897
    TTTCTTTTGTTTCAA POSIT: 868555 DIFF : 591737
    TTTCTTTTGTTTCAA POSIT: 876946 DIFF : 8391
    TTTCTTTTGTTTCAA POSIT: 894910 DIFF : 17964
    TTTCTTTTGTTTCAA POSIT: 966416 DIFF : 71506
    TTTCTTTTGTTTCAA POSIT: 1003857 DIFF : 37441
    TTTCTTTTGTTTCAA POSIT: 1271714 DIFF : 267857


    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT - 8
    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG - 8
    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG - 8
    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC - 8
    AGGACAAGCGTACAA - 8
    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC - 8
    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT - 8
    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC - 8
    GACAAGCGTACAATA - 8
    GAGGACAAGCGTACA - 8
    GGACAAGCGTACAAT - 8
    GTGTCCCGCAACATG - 8
    TACAGTGAAGACGGA - 8
    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG - 8

    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT POSIT: 515560 DIFF : -756154
    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT POSIT: 515728 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT POSIT: 586962 DIFF : 71234
    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT POSIT: 587046 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT POSIT: 587172 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT POSIT: 587298 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT POSIT: 588971 DIFF : 1673
    AAGACGGAGCGTGCT POSIT: 754534 DIFF : 165563

    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG POSIT: 586566 DIFF : -167968
    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG POSIT: 586650 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG POSIT: 587040 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG POSIT: 587166 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG POSIT: 587292 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG POSIT: 588965 DIFF : 1673
    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG POSIT: 754696 DIFF : 165731
    ACAGTGAAGACGGAG POSIT: 754780 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG POSIT: 515561 DIFF : -239219
    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG POSIT: 515729 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG POSIT: 586963 DIFF : 71234
    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG POSIT: 587047 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG POSIT: 587173 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG POSIT: 587299 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG POSIT: 588972 DIFF : 1673
    AGACGGAGCGTGCTG POSIT: 754535 DIFF : 165563

    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC POSIT: 515620 DIFF : -238915
    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC POSIT: 586464 DIFF : 70844
    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC POSIT: 586548 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC POSIT: 588779 DIFF : 2231
    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC POSIT: 588863 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC POSIT: 754510 DIFF : 165647
    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC POSIT: 754594 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AGAGGACAAGCGTAC POSIT: 754678 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    AGGACAAGCGTACAA POSIT: 515622 DIFF : -239056
    AGGACAAGCGTACAA POSIT: 586466 DIFF : 70844
    AGGACAAGCGTACAA POSIT: 586550 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AGGACAAGCGTACAA POSIT: 588781 DIFF : 2231
    AGGACAAGCGTACAA POSIT: 588865 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AGGACAAGCGTACAA POSIT: 754512 DIFF : 165647
    AGGACAAGCGTACAA POSIT: 754596 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AGGACAAGCGTACAA POSIT: 754680 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC POSIT: 586567 DIFF : -168113 = 31 x -5423
    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC POSIT: 586651 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC POSIT: 587041 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC POSIT: 587167 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC POSIT: 587293 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC POSIT: 588966 DIFF : 1673
    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC POSIT: 754697 DIFF : 165731
    CAGTGAAGACGGAGC POSIT: 754781 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT POSIT: 515674 DIFF : -239107
    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT POSIT: 586518 DIFF : 70844
    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT POSIT: 588749 DIFF : 2231
    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT POSIT: 589043 DIFF : 294 = 21 x 14
    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT POSIT: 589169 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT POSIT: 754396 DIFF : 165227
    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT POSIT: 754648 DIFF : 252 = 21 x 12
    CGTGTCCCGCAACAT POSIT: 766288 DIFF : 11640

    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC POSIT: 515559 DIFF : -250729
    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC POSIT: 515727 DIFF : 168 = 21 x 8
    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC POSIT: 586961 DIFF : 71234
    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC POSIT: 587045 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC POSIT: 587171 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC POSIT: 587297 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC POSIT: 588970 DIFF : 1673
    GAAGACGGAGCGTGC POSIT: 754533 DIFF : 165563

    GACAAGCGTACAATA POSIT: 515624 DIFF : -238909 = 37 x -6457
    GACAAGCGTACAATA POSIT: 586468 DIFF : 70844
    GACAAGCGTACAATA POSIT: 586552 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GACAAGCGTACAATA POSIT: 588783 DIFF : 2231
    GACAAGCGTACAATA POSIT: 588867 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GACAAGCGTACAATA POSIT: 754514 DIFF : 165647
    GACAAGCGTACAATA POSIT: 754598 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GACAAGCGTACAATA POSIT: 754682 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    GAGGACAAGCGTACA POSIT: 515621 DIFF : -239061
    GAGGACAAGCGTACA POSIT: 586465 DIFF : 70844
    GAGGACAAGCGTACA POSIT: 586549 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GAGGACAAGCGTACA POSIT: 588780 DIFF : 2231
    GAGGACAAGCGTACA POSIT: 588864 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GAGGACAAGCGTACA POSIT: 754511 DIFF : 165647
    GAGGACAAGCGTACA POSIT: 754595 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GAGGACAAGCGTACA POSIT: 754679 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    GGACAAGCGTACAAT POSIT: 515623 DIFF : -239056
    GGACAAGCGTACAAT POSIT: 586467 DIFF : 70844
    GGACAAGCGTACAAT POSIT: 586551 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GGACAAGCGTACAAT POSIT: 588782 DIFF : 2231
    GGACAAGCGTACAAT POSIT: 588866 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GGACAAGCGTACAAT POSIT: 754513 DIFF : 165647
    GGACAAGCGTACAAT POSIT: 754597 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    GGACAAGCGTACAAT POSIT: 754681 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    GTGTCCCGCAACATG POSIT: 515675 DIFF : -239006
    GTGTCCCGCAACATG POSIT: 586519 DIFF : 70844
    GTGTCCCGCAACATG POSIT: 588750 DIFF : 2231
    GTGTCCCGCAACATG POSIT: 589044 DIFF : 294 = 21 x 14
    GTGTCCCGCAACATG POSIT: 589170 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    GTGTCCCGCAACATG POSIT: 754397 DIFF : 165227
    GTGTCCCGCAACATG POSIT: 754649 DIFF : 252 = 21 x 12
    GTGTCCCGCAACATG POSIT: 766289 DIFF : 11640

    TACAGTGAAGACGGA POSIT: 586565 DIFF : -179724
    TACAGTGAAGACGGA POSIT: 586649 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    TACAGTGAAGACGGA POSIT: 587039 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    TACAGTGAAGACGGA POSIT: 587165 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    TACAGTGAAGACGGA POSIT: 587291 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    TACAGTGAAGACGGA POSIT: 588964 DIFF : 1673
    TACAGTGAAGACGGA POSIT: 754695 DIFF : 165731
    TACAGTGAAGACGGA POSIT: 754779 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4

    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG POSIT: 586654 DIFF : -168125
    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG POSIT: 586960 DIFF : 306
    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG POSIT: 587044 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG POSIT: 587170 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG POSIT: 587296 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG POSIT: 588969 DIFF : 1673
    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG POSIT: 754532 DIFF : 165563
    TGAAGACGGAGCGTG POSIT: 754784 DIFF : 252 = 21 x 12


    AATACAGTGAAGACG - 9
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG - 9
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC - 9

    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 586563 DIFF : -168221
    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 586647 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 587037 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 587163 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 587289 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 588962 DIFF : 1673
    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 754693 DIFF : 165731
    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 754777 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    AATACAGTGAAGACG POSIT: 755071 DIFF : 294 = 21 x 14

    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 586564 DIFF : -168507
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 586648 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 587038 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 587164 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 587290 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 588963 DIFF : 1673
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 754694 DIFF : 165731
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 754778 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    ATACAGTGAAGACGG POSIT: 755072 DIFF : 294 = 21 x 14

    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 586562 DIFF : -168510
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 586646 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 587036 DIFF : 390 = 13 x 30
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 587162 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 587288 DIFF : 126 = 21 x 6
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 588961 DIFF : 1673
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 754692 DIFF : 165731
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 754776 DIFF : 84 = 21 x 4
    CAATACAGTGAAGAC POSIT: 755070 DIFF : 294 = 21 x 14


    AAAATCAATTCTCGG - 13
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA - 13
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG - 13
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC - 13
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG - 13
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA - 13
    CTATAAAATCAATTC - 13
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG - 13
    TATAAAATCAATTCT - 13
    TCTATAAAATCAATT - 13
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT - 13

    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266146 DIFF : -488924
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266211 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266277 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266343 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266409 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266475 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266541 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266607 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266673 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266739 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266805 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 266937 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    AAAATCAATTCTCGG POSIT: 267003 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266147 DIFF : -856
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266212 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266278 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266344 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266410 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266476 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266542 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266608 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266674 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266740 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266806 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 266938 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    AAATCAATTCTCGGA POSIT: 267004 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266148 DIFF : -856
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266213 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266279 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266345 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266411 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266477 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266543 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266609 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266675 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266741 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266807 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 266939 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    AATCAATTCTCGGAG POSIT: 267005 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266144 DIFF : -861 = 21 x -41
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266209 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266275 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266341 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266407 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266473 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266539 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266605 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266671 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266737 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266803 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 266935 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    ATAAAATCAATTCTC POSIT: 267001 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266149 DIFF : -852
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266214 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266280 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266346 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266412 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266478 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266544 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266610 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266676 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266742 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266808 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 266940 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    ATCAATTCTCGGAGG POSIT: 267006 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266139 DIFF : -867
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266204 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266270 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266336 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266402 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266468 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266534 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266600 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266666 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266732 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266798 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266930 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    ATTCTATAAAATCAA POSIT: 266996 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266142 DIFF : -854
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266207 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266273 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266339 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266405 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266471 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266537 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266603 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266669 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266735 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266801 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266933 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    CTATAAAATCAATTC POSIT: 266999 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266145 DIFF : -854
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266210 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266276 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266342 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266408 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266474 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266540 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266606 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266672 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266738 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266804 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 266936 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    TAAAATCAATTCTCG POSIT: 267002 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266143 DIFF : -859
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266208 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266274 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266340 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266406 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266472 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266538 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266604 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266670 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266736 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266802 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 266934 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    TATAAAATCAATTCT POSIT: 267000 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266141 DIFF : -859
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266206 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266272 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266338 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266404 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266470 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266536 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266602 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266668 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266734 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266800 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266932 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    TCTATAAAATCAATT POSIT: 266998 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266140 DIFF : -858 = 66 x -13
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266205 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266271 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266337 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266403 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266469 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266535 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266601 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266667 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266733 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266799 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266931 DIFF : 132 = 66 x 2
    TTCTATAAAATCAAT POSIT: 266997 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1


    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA - 14
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA - 14
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC - 14
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA - 14
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC - 14
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC - 14
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA - 14
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG - 14
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT - 14
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC - 14
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC - 14

    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266152 DIFF : -845 = 13 x -65
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266217 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266283 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266349 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266415 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266481 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266547 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266613 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266679 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266745 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266811 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266877 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 266943 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    AATTCTCGGAGGGCA POSIT: 267009 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266153 DIFF : -856
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266218 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266284 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266350 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266416 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266482 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266548 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266614 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266680 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266746 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266812 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266878 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 266944 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    ATTCTCGGAGGGCAA POSIT: 267010 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266151 DIFF : -859
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266216 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266282 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266348 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266414 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266480 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266546 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266612 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266678 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266744 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266810 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266876 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 266942 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CAATTCTCGGAGGGC POSIT: 267008 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266158 DIFF : -850
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266223 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266289 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266355 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266421 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266487 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266553 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266619 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266685 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266751 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266817 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266883 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 266949 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CGGAGGGCAACCCTA POSIT: 267015 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266156 DIFF : -859
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266221 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266287 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266353 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266419 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266485 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266551 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266617 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266683 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266749 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266815 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266881 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 266947 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    CTCGGAGGGCAACCC POSIT: 267013 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266160 DIFF : -853
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266225 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266291 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266357 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266423 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266489 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266555 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266621 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266687 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266753 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266819 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266885 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 266951 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GAGGGCAACCCTAAC POSIT: 267017 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266159 DIFF : -858 = 66 x -13
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266224 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266290 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266356 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266422 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266488 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266554 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266620 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266686 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266752 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266818 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266884 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 266950 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    GGAGGGCAACCCTAA POSIT: 267016 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266150 DIFF : -866
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266215 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266281 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266347 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266413 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266479 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266545 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266611 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266677 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266743 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266809 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266875 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 266941 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCAATTCTCGGAGGG POSIT: 267007 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266157 DIFF : -850
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266222 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266288 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266354 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266420 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266486 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266552 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266618 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266684 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266750 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266816 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266882 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 266948 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCGGAGGGCAACCCT POSIT: 267014 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266155 DIFF : -859
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266220 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266286 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266352 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266418 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266484 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266550 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266616 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266682 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266748 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266814 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266880 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 266946 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TCTCGGAGGGCAACC POSIT: 267012 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266154 DIFF : -858 = 66 x -13
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266219 DIFF : 65 = 13 x 5
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266285 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266351 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266417 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266483 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266549 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266615 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266681 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266747 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266813 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266879 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 266945 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1
    TTCTCGGAGGGCAAC POSIT: 267011 DIFF : 66 = 66 x 1

  2. #272
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    Pattern in Cenarchaeum symbiosum A

    Here are the patterns in Cenarchaeum symbiosum A
    I looked at all strings of length 25 letters that repeat atleast 15 times


    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT - 16
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG - 16
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC - 16
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA - 16

    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 692825 DIFF : 692825 = 37 x 18725
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 693579 DIFF : 754 = 13 x 58
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 699579 DIFF : 6000 = 12 x 500
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 699639 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 699699 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 699759 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 700073 DIFF : 314
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 700387 DIFF : 314
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 701441 DIFF : 1054 = 31 x 34
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 701501 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 706117 DIFF : 4616
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 706473 DIFF : 356
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 706817 DIFF : 344
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 707215 DIFF : 398
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 707517 DIFF : 302
    AGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCAT POSIT: 707577 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5

    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1101950 DIFF : 394373 = 7 x 56339
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1101980 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102010 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102040 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102070 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102100 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102130 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102160 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102190 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102220 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102265 DIFF : 45
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102310 DIFF : 45
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102340 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102385 DIFF : 45
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102430 DIFF : 45
    ATCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCG POSIT: 1102475 DIFF : 45

    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 692823 DIFF : -409652
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 693577 DIFF : 754 = 13 x 58
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 699577 DIFF : 6000 = 12 x 500
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 699637 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 699697 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 699757 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 700071 DIFF : 314
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 700385 DIFF : 314
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 701439 DIFF : 1054 = 31 x 34
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 701499 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 706115 DIFF : 4616
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 706471 DIFF : 356
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 706815 DIFF : 344
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 707213 DIFF : 398
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 707515 DIFF : 302
    CGAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGC POSIT: 707575 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5

    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 692824 DIFF : -14751
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 693578 DIFF : 754 = 13 x 58
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 699578 DIFF : 6000 = 12 x 500
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 699638 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 699698 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 699758 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 700072 DIFF : 314
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 700386 DIFF : 314
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 701440 DIFF : 1054 = 31 x 34
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 701500 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 706116 DIFF : 4616
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 706472 DIFF : 356
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 706816 DIFF : 344
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 707214 DIFF : 398
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 707516 DIFF : 302
    GAGATGGCCGAGAACATCAAGGGCA POSIT: 707576 DIFF : 60 = 12 x 5


    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG - 17
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA - 17
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT - 17

    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1101898 DIFF : 394322
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1101952 DIFF : 54 = 6 x 9
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1101982 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102012 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102042 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102072 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102102 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102132 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102162 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102192 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102222 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102267 DIFF : 45
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102312 DIFF : 45
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102342 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102387 DIFF : 45
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102432 DIFF : 45
    CGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTG POSIT: 1102477 DIFF : 45

    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1101899 DIFF : -578
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1101953 DIFF : 54 = 6 x 9
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1101983 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102013 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102043 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102073 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102103 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102133 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102163 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102193 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102223 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102268 DIFF : 45
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102313 DIFF : 45
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102343 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102388 DIFF : 45
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102433 DIFF : 45
    GTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGA POSIT: 1102478 DIFF : 45

    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1101897 DIFF : -581 = 7 x -83
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1101951 DIFF : 54 = 6 x 9
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1101981 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102011 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102041 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102071 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102101 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102131 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102161 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102191 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102221 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102266 DIFF : 45
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102311 DIFF : 45
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102341 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102386 DIFF : 45
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102431 DIFF : 45
    TCGTCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGT POSIT: 1102476 DIFF : 45


    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA - 18
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC - 18
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC - 18
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC - 18
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG - 18
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT - 18
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT - 18
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT - 18

    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1101902 DIFF : -574 = 7 x -82
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1101926 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1101956 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1101986 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102016 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102046 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102076 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102106 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102136 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102166 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102196 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102226 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102271 DIFF : 45
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102316 DIFF : 45
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102346 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102391 DIFF : 45
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102436 DIFF : 45
    ATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCA POSIT: 1102481 DIFF : 45

    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1101901 DIFF : -580
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1101925 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1101955 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1101985 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102015 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102045 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102075 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102105 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102135 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102165 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102195 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102225 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102270 DIFF : 45
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102315 DIFF : 45
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102345 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102390 DIFF : 45
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102435 DIFF : 45
    CATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATC POSIT: 1102480 DIFF : 45

    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1101904 DIFF : -576 = 64 x -9
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1101928 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1101958 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1101988 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102018 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102048 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102078 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102108 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102138 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102168 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102198 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102228 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102273 DIFF : 45
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102318 DIFF : 45
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102348 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102393 DIFF : 45
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102438 DIFF : 45
    CGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATC POSIT: 1102483 DIFF : 45

    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1101907 DIFF : -576 = 64 x -9
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1101931 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1101961 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1101991 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102021 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102051 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102081 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102111 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102141 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102171 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102201 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102231 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102276 DIFF : 45
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102321 DIFF : 45
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102351 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102396 DIFF : 45
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102441 DIFF : 45
    CGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGTC POSIT: 1102486 DIFF : 45

    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1101905 DIFF : -581 = 7 x -83
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1101929 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1101959 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1101989 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102019 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102049 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102079 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102109 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102139 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102169 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102199 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102229 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102274 DIFF : 45
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102319 DIFF : 45
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102349 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102394 DIFF : 45
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102439 DIFF : 45
    GTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCG POSIT: 1102484 DIFF : 45

    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1101900 DIFF : -584 = 73 x -8
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1101924 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1101954 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1101984 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102014 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102044 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102074 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102104 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102134 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102164 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102194 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102224 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102269 DIFF : 45
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102314 DIFF : 45
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102344 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102389 DIFF : 45
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102434 DIFF : 45
    TCATCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGAT POSIT: 1102479 DIFF : 45

    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1101903 DIFF : -576 = 64 x -9
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1101927 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1101957 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1101987 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102017 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102047 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102077 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102107 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102137 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102167 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102197 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102227 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102272 DIFF : 45
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102317 DIFF : 45
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102347 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102392 DIFF : 45
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102437 DIFF : 45
    TCGTCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCAT POSIT: 1102482 DIFF : 45

    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1101906 DIFF : -576 = 64 x -9
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1101930 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1101960 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1101990 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102020 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102050 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102080 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102110 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102140 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102170 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102200 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102230 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102275 DIFF : 45
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102320 DIFF : 45
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102350 DIFF : 30 = 6 x 5
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102395 DIFF : 45
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102440 DIFF : 45
    TCGTGCTCCCTGCCGTGATCATCGT POSIT: 1102485 DIFF : 45


    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA - 19
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA - 19
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA - 19
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA - 19
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC - 19
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC - 19
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC - 19
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC - 19
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC - 19
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC - 19
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC - 19
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC - 19
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG - 19
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG - 19
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG - 19
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG - 19
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG - 19
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT - 19
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT - 19
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT - 19
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT - 19
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT - 19
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT - 19

    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 622847 DIFF : -479638
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 622871 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 622895 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 622919 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 622943 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 622967 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 622991 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623015 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623039 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623063 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623087 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623111 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623135 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623159 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623183 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623207 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623231 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623255 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    AACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATA POSIT: 623279 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 622848 DIFF : -431
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 622872 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 622896 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 622920 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 622944 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 622968 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 622992 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623016 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623040 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623064 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623088 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623112 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623136 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623160 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623184 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623208 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623232 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623256 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAA POSIT: 623280 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 622845 DIFF : -435
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 622869 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 622893 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 622917 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 622941 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 622965 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 622989 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623013 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623037 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623061 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623085 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623109 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623133 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623157 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623181 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623205 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623229 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623253 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCA POSIT: 623277 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 622833 DIFF : -444 = 37 x -12
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 622857 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 622881 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 622905 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 622929 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 622953 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 622977 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623001 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623025 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623049 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623073 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623097 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623121 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623145 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623169 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623193 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623217 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623241 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    ATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCA POSIT: 623265 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 622844 DIFF : -421
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 622868 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 622892 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 622916 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 622940 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 622964 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 622988 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623012 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623036 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623060 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623084 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623108 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623132 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623156 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623180 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623204 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623228 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623252 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTC POSIT: 623276 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 622832 DIFF : -444 = 37 x -12
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 622856 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 622880 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 622904 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 622928 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 622952 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 622976 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623000 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623024 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623048 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623072 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623096 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623120 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623144 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623168 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623192 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623216 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623240 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTC POSIT: 623264 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 622849 DIFF : -415
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 622873 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 622897 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 622921 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 622945 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 622969 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 622993 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623017 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623041 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623065 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623089 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623113 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623137 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623161 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623185 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623209 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623233 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623257 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAAC POSIT: 623281 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 622837 DIFF : -444 = 37 x -12
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 622861 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 622885 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 622909 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 622933 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 622957 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 622981 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623005 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623029 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623053 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623077 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623101 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623125 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623149 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623173 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623197 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623221 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623245 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGC POSIT: 623269 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 622835 DIFF : -434 = 31 x -14
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 622859 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 622883 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 622907 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 622931 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 622955 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 622979 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623003 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623027 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623051 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623075 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623099 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623123 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623147 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623171 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623195 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623219 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623243 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATC POSIT: 623267 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 622838 DIFF : -429 = 13 x -33
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 622862 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 622886 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 622910 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 622934 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 622958 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 622982 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623006 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623030 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623054 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623078 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623102 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623126 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623150 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623174 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623198 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623222 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623246 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCC POSIT: 623270 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 622828 DIFF : -442 = 13 x -34
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 622852 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 622876 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 622900 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 622924 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 622948 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 622972 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 622996 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623020 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623044 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623068 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623092 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623116 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623140 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623164 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623188 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623212 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623236 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGC POSIT: 623260 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 622840 DIFF : -420 = 21 x -20
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 622864 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 622888 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 622912 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 622936 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 622960 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 622984 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623008 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623032 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623056 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623080 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623104 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623128 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623152 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623176 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623200 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623224 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623248 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGC POSIT: 623272 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 622836 DIFF : -436
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 622860 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 622884 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 622908 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 622932 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 622956 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 622980 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623004 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623028 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623052 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623076 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623100 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623124 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623148 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623172 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623196 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623220 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623244 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCG POSIT: 623268 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 622827 DIFF : -441 = 21 x -21
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 622851 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 622875 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 622899 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 622923 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 622947 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 622971 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 622995 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623019 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623043 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623067 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623091 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623115 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623139 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623163 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623187 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623211 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623235 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCG POSIT: 623259 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 622839 DIFF : -420 = 21 x -20
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 622863 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 622887 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 622911 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 622935 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 622959 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 622983 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623007 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623031 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623055 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623079 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623103 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623127 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623151 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623175 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623199 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623223 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623247 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCG POSIT: 623271 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 622842 DIFF : -429 = 13 x -33
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 622866 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 622890 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 622914 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 622938 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 622962 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 622986 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623010 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623034 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623058 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623082 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623106 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623130 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623154 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623178 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623202 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623226 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623250 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTG POSIT: 623274 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 622829 DIFF : -445
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 622853 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 622877 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 622901 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 622925 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 622949 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 622973 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 622997 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623021 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623045 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623069 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623093 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623117 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623141 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623165 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623189 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623213 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623237 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    GTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCG POSIT: 623261 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 622846 DIFF : -415
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 622870 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 622894 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 622918 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 622942 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 622966 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 622990 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623014 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623038 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623062 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623086 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623110 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623134 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623158 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623182 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623206 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623230 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623254 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCAT POSIT: 623278 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 622843 DIFF : -435
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 622867 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 622891 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 622915 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 622939 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 622963 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 622987 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623011 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623035 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623059 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623083 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623107 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623131 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623155 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623179 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623203 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623227 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623251 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGT POSIT: 623275 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 622831 DIFF : -444 = 37 x -12
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 622855 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 622879 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 622903 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 622927 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 622951 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 622975 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 622999 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623023 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623047 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623071 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623095 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623119 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623143 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623167 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623191 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623215 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623239 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTT POSIT: 623263 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 622834 DIFF : -429 = 13 x -33
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 622858 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 622882 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 622906 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 622930 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 622954 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 622978 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623002 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623026 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623050 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623074 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623098 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623122 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623146 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623170 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623194 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623218 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623242 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGTTCAT POSIT: 623266 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 622841 DIFF : -425
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 622865 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 622889 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 622913 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 622937 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 622961 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 622985 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623009 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623033 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623057 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623081 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623105 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623129 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623153 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623177 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623201 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623225 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623249 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TGTCATAACCGCGTTCATCGCCGCT POSIT: 623273 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 622830 DIFF : -443
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 622854 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 622878 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 622902 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 622926 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 622950 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 622974 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 622998 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623022 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623046 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623070 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623094 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623118 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623142 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623166 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623190 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623214 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623238 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    TTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACCGCGT POSIT: 623262 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2


    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC - 20

    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 622826 DIFF : -436
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 622850 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 622874 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 622898 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 622922 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 622946 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 622970 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 622994 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623018 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623042 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623066 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623090 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623114 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623138 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623162 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623186 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623210 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623234 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623258 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2
    CGCGTTCATCGCCGCTGTCATAACC POSIT: 623282 DIFF : 24 = 12 x 2

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    Perez's Paper

    Here are some quotes from Perez's paper

    http://www.fractal.org/Geometric-unification.pdf

    Perez has found a fractal nature in DNA - see the diagrams shown below -

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    3.3. Fractals are Pervasive in Nature; both the Cerebellar Brain Cells and the DNA are Fractal Objects
    Mandelbrot [1983] coined the term “fractal” in his epoch-making book only about a quarter of a Century ago, but the impact of
    identifying fractal geometry intrinsic to Nature is already profound.

    3.3.1. The Zipf-School Suspected that the DNA contained a Fractal Language
    The first “hints” that the A, C, T and G nucleotide-sequences of DNA (especially of non-coding DNA) possibly
    harbored a (mathematical) “language” was published before the epoch of “massive whole genome sequencing”, in 1994 in Science, see
    Fig. 1 in Flam, [1994]. Its original captation: “Line of evidence. Plotting frequency against rank of arbitrary ‘words’ in noncoding yeast
    DNA yields the linear plot found in human language” reveals the key word “arbitrary”. Note that “words” of the non-coding DNA were 3-8
    bases, sampled in an unjustified manner. Neither graph appeared to conform to the straight “Line of evidence” of Zipf’s law.
    The study reported by Flam was based on a comparison with the empirical “Zipf’s law”, that applies to natural languages Zipf [1949].
    The distribution of frequencies (actual occurrences) of words in a large corpus of data versus their rank is generally a power-law
    distribution, with exponent close to one. Zipf's law is thus an experimental law, not a theoretical one. Zipf-like distributions are
    commonly observed, in many kinds of phenomena. However, the causes of Zipf-like distributions in real life are a matter of some
    controversy, with DNA being no exception.
    While the early observations applied to DNA in 1994 were found worthy of reporting in Science and were widely heralded that
    “something interesting was lurking in the junk [DNA]” the “Zipf-test” was inconclusive. Review by Simons and Pellionisz [2006a] pointed
    out that investigators failed to detect "well-defined scaling or fractal exponents"; Chatzidimitriou et al, [1996] or “any signs of hidden
    language in non-coding DNA"; Bonhoeffer et al, [1997].
    Empirical law aside, the biggest problem was the definition of "words" in the DNA. First, Harvard linguistics professor Zipf (1902-1950)
    established his “law”, based on observations on the English language, in which “words” are taken for granted. He found that in text
    samples the frequency of any word was roughly inversely proportional when plotted against the rank of how common each word was;
    the frequency of the k-th most common word in a text was roughly proportional to 1/k. Plotting both frequency and rank on a logarithmic
    scale, “Zipf’s law” was expected to yield a declining linear graph also for “words” of the DNA.
    When applying this natural language lingustics to DNA the results were not entirely convincing (Fig. 1 of Flam, 1994) . The problem was
    not only that the graphs did not quite conform to the linear Zipf’s law. It is unacceptable that the definition in the noncoding DNA was
    completely and explicitly arbitrary. Of course, there was no definition at that time of what A, C, T andG strings might constitute “words”.
    In the analysis conducted by Mantegna et al [1994]: “when the group arbitrarily divided up their samples of junk [DNA] into “words”
    between 3 and 8 bases long and applied the Zipf test, the telltale linear plot emerged”.
    Looking at the reproduced Fig. 1 of Flam (1994), the plot (for non-coding DNA “words” open squares on a log-log scale) starts fairly
    close to linear, but drops off remarkably at the tail end. The original Flam-diagram of the Zipf-law for DNA was even more controversial
    when it was applied to the “coding regions” of the DNA (see graph of open circles in Fig. 1 from Flam, 1994). Here, Flam claimed that
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    the Zipf-law “failed” – and the reason cited was that “The coding part [of the DNA] has no grammar – each triplet of bases corresponds
    to an amino acid in a protein. There’s no higher structure to it”.
    Today, both the “definition” of arbitrarily picked 3-8 letter strings for “words” and the “axiom” that there is no higher structure to coding
    DNA appear demonstrably dogmatic.
    Zipf's law is most easily observed by scatterplot the data, with the axes being log(rank order) and log(frequency). The simplest case of
    Zipf's law is a "1/f function". Given a set of Zipf-like distributed frequencies, sorted from most common to least common, the second
    most common frequency will occur 1/2 as often as the first. The nth most common frequency will occur 1/n as often as the first. However,
    this cannot hold precisely true, because items must occur an integer number of times: there cannot be 2.5 occurrences of a word.
    Nevertheless, over fairly wide ranges, and to a fairly good approximation, many natural phenomena obey Zipf's Law.
    3.3.2. The Genome is Fractal: Grosberg-School Suspected that the DNA Showed Fractal Folding

    The classic book of the mathematician who coined the word “fractal” (as a measure of dimension of roughness of results
    of recursive procedures), Mandelbrot [1983] generated a huge impetus into the direction of pulling away from looking at the genome as
    a language, and looking at fractals more as the “geometry of nature”. The twin schools of thought, towards approaching the structure of
    the genome – and the protein-structures whose development it governs, manifested in the seminal work by Grosberg et al [1988, 1993]
    to claim that the folding of DNA strands were fractal. Decades later, as an eminent example how established methods of biochemistry
    can be used to support paradigm-shifts, the Science cover article appeared [Erez-Lieberman et al. 2009], in effect the Science Adviser
    to the US President, Eric Lander appealing “Mr. President, the Genome is Fractal!” Inspired by the Hilbert-curve, a recursive folding
    that provides the much needed propensities. First, it is knot-free to permit uninterrupted transcription. Second, it is ultra-dense to enable
    squeezing the 2m-long DNA strand into the nucleus of a cell with 6 micron diameter. Remarkably, the Hilbert-curve is capable of filling
    the entire space available, in its 3D form its fractal dimension is 3.0. Third, it also provides the advantage that is paramount for The
    Principle of Recursive Genome Function, Pellionisz [2008a,b] that the DNA can be read not only serially, from one end to the thread to
    the other, but because all segments of the DNA are in maximal proximity to one-other, they can also be read in parallel.

    3.3.3. The Perez-school shows that the DNA is Fractal at DNA, Codon- and Full Chromosome Set
    and whole Genome Levels
    The Perez-school of study of recursive systems was interdisciplinary [Perez 2011b] and showed first results in 1988
    [Perez 1988a and 1991].The fractal nature of A, T, C and G coding or non-coding nucleotide sequences, chromosomes and genomes
    was evidenced over two decades, see review Perez [2011a]. Details, e.g. Perez [1991] and Marcer [1992] are comprised in two books;
    Perez [1997 and [2009a]. The results spanning from recursive studies through DNA and full genome analysis, including full set of
    chromosome levels, Perez [2008] are likely to be a serious candidate to the measure of “Abstract DNA Roughness” as proposed in
    Section 5.2.

    3.3.3.1. Fractals to DNA numerical decoding: towards the Golden ratio. “Small is beautiful”. Inspired by
    the recursive “Game of Life”; Gardner [1970] using the largest computers in the time a cellular automata a large random 0/1 cell
    populations was run in 1988 [Perez 1988a and 20089b. After 110 parallel network iterations, with a recursive single-line code, a “clown”
    pattern (see Panel 1 of Fig. 5) emerged from the small 7 cells “U” (see upper left corner of Panel 1 of Fig. 5 from Perez [1988a]). A
    strong illustration of « small is beautiful » is the discovery of a predictive formula of the Mendeleev’s Elements periodic table
    architecture, Perez [ 2009a and 2009c].

    3.3.3.2. The “Fractal Chaos” artificial Neural Network. In the eighties, various parallel artificial neural
    networks were explored Perez [1988a 1988b], with a particular interest in discrete waves and by fractals. The fractal chaos is
    summarized by right-bottom Panel 5 of Fig. 5. In the dynamics of the fractal, a curious focal point seems to emerge: the “Golden ratio”.
    The fractal network also provides “déja vu” recall memory and holographic-like memory, Perez [1990a and 1990c]. At that time chaos in
    the DNA was also searched, but it is discrete; A, T, C and G bases could be coded by integers while chaos theory is based on real
    numbers. Note that the ratio between 2 Fibonacci integers is near to the Golden ratio. This raised the question of an integer-based
    chaos theory. Indeed, a hyper-sensitivity of the fractal for inputs based on recursive Fibonacci numbers was demonstrated; Perez
    [1990b].

    3.3.3.3. “DNA SUPRACODE” overview. A connection between DNA coding regions sequences as gene
    sequences A, T, C and G patterned proportions and Golden ratio based Fibonacci/Lucas integer numbers was proposed; Perez [1991],
    Marcer |1992], see also Fig. 5. Panel 2. Correlation samples were established in genes or gene-rich small genomes with evolution or
    pathogenicity (example of HIV genome particularly; see the book Perez [1997]). “Resonances” were analyzed, where a resonance is a
    Fibonacci number of contiguous A, T, C and G nucleotides (i.e.144). If this sub-sequence contains exactly 55 bases T and 89 bases C,
    A, or G, this set was called a “resonance”. Thousands of resonances were discovered (see upper right corner of Panel 2 of Fig.5. from
    Perez [1991]) : in HIV -the whole genome is long of about 9000 bases-, there are resonances overlapping about 2/3 of the genome.
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    3.3.3.4. In single-stranded DNA Human genome, codons population are fine tuned in Golden ratio
    proportions. A new Bioinformatics bridge between Genomics and Mathematics emerged; Perez [2010]. This “Universal “Fractal
    Genome Code Law” states that the frequency of each of the 64 codons across the entire human genome is controlled by the codon's
    position in the Universal Genetic Code table. The frequency of distribution of the 64 codons (codon usage) within single-stranded DNA
    sequences was analyzed. Concatenating 24 Human chromosomes, it was demonstrated that the entire human genome employs the
    well-known universal genetic code table as a macro structural model.
    Fig. 5. Examples from the Perez School of Recursive Results. Panel 1: “Clown” emerging from U (upper left corner), citing original recursions
    in 1988 by Perez. Reproduced from Perez [2009b]. Panel 2: DNA supracode and recursive Fibonacci series: 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55 89... Example of
    resonances in HUMC1A1 gene. Reproduced from Perez [2011a]. Panel 3: Chromosome 1-8. The Evidence of Binary Proteomics Code (red) and Modulated Genomics
    Code (blue) at the Whole Human Genome Scale. Green: Genomic, Red: Proteomic. Reproduced from Perez [2011a]. Panel 3: Chromosome 9-Y. Reproduced from Perez
    [2011a]. Panel 5: Perez [2010] Fig. 5. Fractals to DNA numerical decoding: the Golden ratio. Evidence of Golden ratio hypersensitivity in a
    specific region of the “Fractal Chaos” recursive.
    The position of each codon within this table precisely dictates its population. So the Universal Genetic Code Table not only maps
    codons to amino acids, but serves as a global checksum matrix. Frequencies of the 64 codons in the whole human genome scale are a
    self-similar fractal expansion of the universal genetic code. The original genetic code kernel governs not only the micro scale but the
    macro scale as well. Particularly, the 6 folding steps of codon populations modeled by the binary divisions of the “Dragon fractal paper
    folding curve” show evidence of 2 attractors. The numerical relationship between the attractors is derived from the Golden ratio. It was
    demonstrated that:
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    (i) The whole Human Genome Structure uses the Universal Genetic Code Table as a tuning model. It predetermines global
    codons proportions and populations. The Universal Genetic Code Table governs both micro and macro behavior of the genome.
    (ii) The Chargaff's second rule from the domain of single A, T, C and G nucleotides was extended to the larger domain of
    codon triplets.
    (iii) Codon frequencies in the human genome were found to be clustered around 2 fractal-like attractors, strongly linked to the
    Golden ratio 1.618; Perez [2010].

    3.3.3.5. A strange Meta-Architecture organizes our 24 Human Chromosomes. A curious interaction
    network was found among our 24 human chromosomes Perez [2011a], see Fig. 5, Panels 3-4 for human Chromosomes 1-8 and 9-Y,
    respectively. It was proven that the entire human genome codon population is fine-tuned around the "Golden ratio”; Perez [2010].
    Across the entire human genome, there appears to be an overall balance in the whole single-stranded DNA. This digital balance fits
    neatly around two attractors with predominant values of 1 and (3-Phi)/2, where Phi is the Golden ratio. Yet, the same analysis applied
    individually to each of the 24 chromosomes of humans and to each of the 25 chromosomes of the chimpanzee which reveals a 99.99%
    correlation between both genomes but diversity and heterogeneity particularly in the case of our chromosomes 16 17 19 20 and 22; see
    the book “Codex Biogenesis”, Perez [2009a]. Thus, a paradox emerges. The same analysis shows a global unity across the genome,
    whereas, applied to each of the constituent chromosomes of this same genome a great heterogeneity between these chromosomes is
    revealed. With the objective to analyze this paradox in greater depth, a meta-structure was discovered that overlaps all 24 human
    chromosomes. It is based on a set of strong numerical constraints based particularly on Pi, Phi and integer numbers such as 2, 3 etc. A
    functionality of this fine-tuned structure appears: the structure is 90% correlated with the density of genes per chromosome from the
    Human Genome project. It is 89% correlated with the chromosome's permeability to intrusion by retroviruses like HIV, 94% with CpG
    density and 62% with SNP inserts/deletes. Finally, a classification network of the 24 human chromosomes was discovered, including
    one measuring scale, ranging from 1/Phi (chromosome 4) to 1/Phi + 1/Pi (chromosome 19), which is both correlated with the increasing
    density of genes and permeability to the insertion of external viruses or vaccines.

    3.3.3.6. Unifying all Biological Components of Life: DNA, RNA, Proteins. A powerful basic Pi, Phi
    based numerical projection law of the C O N H S P bio-atoms average atomic weights was established; Perez [2009a], methods will be
    published in a forthcoming paper; [Perez [2012]. An integer-based code unifies the 3 worlds of genetic information: DNA, RNA and
    Protein-aggregating amino acids. Correlating, synchronizing and matching Genomics/Proteomics global patterned images in all
    coding/noncoding DNA sequences, all biologic data is unified from bio-atoms to genes, proteins and genomes. This code applies to the
    whole sequence of human genome, produces generalized discrete waveforms. In the case of the whole double-stranded human
    genome DNA, the mappings of these waves fully correlate with the well-known Karyotype alternate dark/grey/light bands. This
    “unification of all biological components” is illustrated in Panels 3-4 of Fig. 5; Perez [1988a]. A complete proof of self-similarity within the
    whole human genome is provided by Perez [2008]. In this “binary code” which emerges from whole human DNA, the ratio between both
    bistable states is exactly equal to “2” (the space between two successive octaves in music). As shown in Perez [2008] the Top State is
    exactly matching with a Golden ratio, the Bottom State is also related to the Golden ratio. If PHI = 1.618, it is the Golden ratio, and is
    phi = 0.618 = 1/PHI, then the “Top” level = phi = 1 / PHI and the “Bottom” level = phi/2 = 1 / 2 PHI. Top / Bottom = 2.


    References from Perez's Paper

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    Paper by Natasa

    Here is a paper by Natasa Z. Misic which contains some new ideas that extend the work of Shcherbak

    http://geneticcode.webs.com/Paper1.pdf

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    This hypercube arrangement is interesting. It generates sums of 6 x 6 x 37 and (6 + 6 + 6) x (6 + 6 + 6) * 37
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    Meeting with a Code Breaker

    Last night I was in Chelsea, sitting in the Gallery Mess on my own, everyone else being outside on such a warm evening. It was peaceful and quiet and a good time to take a closer look at Perez's paper. After a couple of hours I looked up to see one other person had joined me in the cafe - a woman sitting at some distance from me and reading a book - the book was The Code Book.

    I introduced myself, and she told me that she was a professional code breaker working for a large financial institution based in the City. She was involved in using code-breaking techniques to detect patterns in the News using mathematical algorithms.

    I thought that these same techniques might help us discover patterns in the genetic code, so she recommended some books on code-breaking, and also some free distance courses in code breaking run by MIT.

    One of the books is called "The Code Book". I will post details of the MIT courses as soon as she emails them to me.
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    What will shortly appear

    Ezekiel had a vision of wheels within wheels. ....What seems to be appearing is a similar vision encoded within the DNA of all living things. I refer to a hierarchy of nested cycles - wheels within wheels - with each cycle being based on prime number 037.

    DNA is fractal in nature precisely because it consists of this nested hierarchy of cycles.

    For example, here is a quote from Natasa Misic - "The Self-similar Numbers as a Special Case of Cyclic Numbers and Their Relation to the Cyclic (Genetic) Codes"

    The genetic code is analyzed as one of the major
    natural codes, which as such can reveal the deeper principles
    of optimal coding. The analysis is based on a discovery that
    the symmetrical architecture of genetic code and the nucleon
    number of its constituents – the free canonical amino acids
    and bases, are strictly determined by the prime number with
    a cycling digit property – 037.
    A detailed derivation for all
    types of analogues of 037 is given and shown that they
    represent a special case of cyclic numbers whose digits and
    multipliers are equidistant. The derived generic formula for
    analogues of 037 is correlated with cyclotomic and generalized
    Golden Mean polynomials, by which is shown their relation
    with discrete self-similarity, why author named them the
    Self-similar Numbers. Also it is given their relationship with
    the cyclic codes, which is with fact that the genetic code is
    arranged in multiple ways at different levels as a cyclic code,
    generally indicate that the hierarchically nested cyclicality is
    one of the principles of fractal organization of the genetic
    code
    , as well as the other organic codes in the living organisms.
    The emergence of such a pattern - I believe - would be of great symbolic meaning to our generation - serving as a Philosophers Stone - as a foundation stone for the philosophies that shape human cultures.

    That emergence is now upon us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig.Paardekooper View Post
    Ezekiel had a vision of wheels within wheels. ....What is shortly to appear is a similar vision encoded within the DNA of all living things. I refer to a hierarchy of nested cycles - wheels within wheels - with each cycle being based on prime number 037.

    DNA is fractal in nature precisely because it consists of this nested hierarchy of cycles.

    For example, here is a quote from Natasa Misic - "The Self-similar Numbers as a Special Case of Cyclic Numbers and Their Relation to the Cyclic (Genetic) Codes"
    Very interesting stuff. I'll need to read the scientific papers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Craig.Paardekooper View Post
    The emergence of this pattern - I believe - will be of great symbolic meaning to our generation - serving as a Philosophers Stone - as a foundation stone for the philosophies that shape human cultures.

    This emergence is now upon us - and with each day it is gaining clarity.
    That's exactly how I felt about the Bible Wheel. It will be interesting to see if anything comes of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig.Paardekooper View Post
    Last night I was in Chelsea, sitting in the Gallery Mess on my own, everyone else being outside on such a warm evening. It was peaceful and quiet and a good time to take a closer look at Perez's paper. After a couple of hours I looked up to see one other person had joined me in the cafe - a woman sitting at some distance from me and reading a book - the book was The Code Book.

    I introduced myself, and she told me that she was a professional code breaker working for a large financial institution based in the City. She was involved in using code-breaking techniques to detect patterns in the News using mathematical algorithms.

    I thought that these same techniques might help us discover patterns in the genetic code, so she recommended some books on code-breaking, and also some free distance courses in code breaking run by MIT.

    One of the books is called "The Code Book". I will post details of the MIT courses as soon as she emails them to me.
    That's a pretty cool synchronicity!

    Do you know how Perez's research has been received by "those in the know"?
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    Thanks paardekooper

    For getting me interested in this again, since im unscholared about how DNA works, im trying to understand how it works, and im looking at Vernon jenkins pages to understand about the patterns there in the aminoacids, its so crazy that the molar mass of those 20 universal amino acids sums up to 2738,00 exactly
    2738 is 37*74
    74 being the number nucleons of standard block in those amino acids. And the crazy number 37, so cool. I will soon try to understand what you writ here on this thread.
    God bless

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    Resonances

    Here is a quote from Perez -

    Perez [1991],
    Marcer |1992], see also Fig. 5. Panel 2. Correlation samples were established in genes or gene-rich small genomes with evolution or
    pathogenicity (example of HIV genome particularly; see the book Perez [1997]). “Resonances” were analyzed, where a resonance is a
    Fibonacci number of contiguous A, T, C and G nucleotides (i.e.144). If this sub-sequence contains exactly 55 bases T and 89 bases C,
    A, or G, this set was called a “resonance”. Thousands of resonances were discovered (see upper right corner of Panel 2 of Fig.5. from
    Perez [1991]) : in HIV -the whole genome is long of about 9000 bases-, there are resonances overlapping about 2/3 of the genome.
    Here Perez examined every sequence of length 144 bases within a gene-rich small genome. He discovered that in a high percentage of these sequences the ratio of the number of T bases to the number of C + G + A bases is 55 : 89

    T : C + G + A = 55 : 89 = 1 : 1.618 = the Golden Ratio.


    References :

    Perez JC (1991) Chaos, DNA, and neuro-computers: A golden link: The hidden language of genes, global language and order in the human genome. Speculations
    in Science and Technology 14, 336–346

    Marcer P.J. (1992) Order and chaos in DNA – the Denis Guichard Prizewinner: Jean-Claude Perez, in KIBERNETES 1992, vol 21, n°2, pp.60-61, ISSN 0368-
    492X http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journa...&show=abstract

    Perez JC (1997) L’ADN décrypté, Résurgence, Liège Belgium. ISBN 2-87211-017-8
    Chapter in: Handbook: “The Cerebellum and Cerebellar Disorders”. Ed. Dr. Mario Manto, Springer Verlag. Submitted Oct. 20, Accepted Nov. 1, 2011.
    Pellionisz et al. Recursive Genome Function: Geometric Unification of Neuroscience and Genomics Page 23



    An Investigation of This Phenomena

    It would be easy to investigate this phenomena for myself. Microbes tend to be gene-rich, since most of their genome is coding-dna. And the genomes of all microbes are easily available online for download.

    I can loop through the DNA sequence of each microbe, extracting each 144 letter substring, then simply counting the frequency of each letter T, C, G, and A. I can then record how many times the frequency of T = 55 or a near integer. The software will also record the position of the "resonance"

    The code I will use will look something like this -

    For i = 0 to Sequence.length - 144
    TestSequence = Sequence.Substring(i, 144)

    Tfreq = CountLetters(TestSequence)

    If TFreq = 55 then
    StringOutput &= TFreq & " at position " & i & vbcrlf
    x += 1
    Else
    StringOutput2 &= TFreq & " at position " & i & vbcrlf
    z =+ 1
    End If

    Next

    TextBox1.Text = "Resonances found = " & x & vbcrlf & StringOutput1 & vbcrlf & vbcrlf
    TextBox1.Text &= "Non-Resonances found = " & z & vbcrlf & vbcrlf
    TextBox1.Text &= "Resonant Percentage = 100 * x/(x + z) & "%"



    Function CountLetters(TestSequence) as Integer
    Dim Y as Integer = 0
    Dim LetterArray() as Char
    Dim Letter as Char

    LetterArray = TestSequence.tochararray()

    For Each Letter in LetterArray
    If Letter.ToString = "T" then
    Y += 1
    Next

    Return Y
    End Function



    It will be interesting to see the percentage of occurence of "resonances" in different genomes.


    Results of Searching Acidianus Hospitalis

    I searched the first 30000 bases of this microbe.
    I recorded the number of times that T occurred in strings of length 144 within the genome. Here are the results for Acidianus hospitalis (0-30000)

    FREQUENCY TABLE

    FIRST COLUMN = FREQUENCY OF a letter A, C, T, G

    SECOND COLUMN = NUMBER OF 144-LETTER STRINGS WHERE THIS FREQUENCY IS FOUND.

    0
    28 15
    29 51
    30 90
    31 151
    32 298
    33 341
    34 503
    35 672
    36 922
    37 1011
    38 1260
    39 1437
    40 1678
    41 1812
    42 2040
    43 2034
    44 2253
    45 2330
    46 2381
    47 2425
    48 2587
    49 2607
    50 2472
    51 2553
    52 2435
    53 2514
    54 2511
    55 2306
    56 2153
    57 2021
    58 1882
    59 1535
    60 1238
    61 1085
    62 1013
    63 844
    64 694
    65 420
    66 434
    67 320
    68 253
    69 204
    70 189
    71 90
    72 44
    73 29
    74 31
    75 16
    76 3
    77 3


    The results show no special concentration at Frequency = 55. If There was a resonance then I would expect atleast a minor peak at Frequency = 55, but there is no outstanding peak. I repeated the experiment with Yeast - still there was no peak at Frequency 55. I will have to take a closer look at Perez's work - maybe I am missing something.

    Question

    When the frequency of a letter is 55 within a particular string of 144 letters then we have a fibonnacci ratio for that letter. However, perhaps other instances of Fibonnaccci ratios also occur in that same string. I can investrigate this by using the start position of those strings and extending the length to 233 letters then seeing if any of the bases occur with a frequency of 89 times within those extended strings.


    Results for Extended Strings of 233, 377 and 610 Length

    So I looked for a letter occurring 55 times in a string of 144 letters AND the same letter occurring 89 times in a string of 233 letters AND the same letter occurring 144 times in a string of 377 letters with each of these three strings starting at the same position.

    I found only 39 instances in the first microbe that I tested (range 0 10 250000 bases). And I found only 3 instances in Yeast.


    Conclusion
    The frequency of occurrence of any letter within strings of length 144, 233 or 307 does not show any tendency towards a Fibonacci number for microbes in general.
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