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In prokaryotes, an Intergenic region is a stretch of genome located between genes (also called “spacer”). In statistical analysis, the space between two adjacent CDSs (protein-coding genes/open reading frames) are usually considered. As the intergenic gene gets shorter, the more compactly packed the genes are in a particular genome.

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Intergenic region

In prokaryotes, an Intergenic region is a stretch of genome located between genes (also called “spacer”). In statistical analysis, the space between two adjacent CDSs

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