Supplementary Figure 2 : Examples of insertion alleles at the PigA locus.

From: Repair of double-strand breaks induced by CRISPR–Cas9 leads to large deletions and complex rearrangements

Supplementary Figure 2

Panels, A, B and C are illustrations of different alleles. The bottom of each panel is a representation of the PigA reference allele around exon 2, the top of each panel shows the structure of the sequenced allele. Black horizontal line – direct reference match, orange bar – inversion, blue bar – insertion from another part of the genome, black arrowhead – gRNA target site, violet bar – duplication, black vertical bar – small indel within the insertion. Grey and orange shadows represent, respectively, direct and inverted match between the reference and the sequenced allele. Lack of shadow at the reference locus represents a deletion in the sequenced allele.