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a. CI=70%

a. CI=70%

Additional file 5. R 2 =0.44. N. of PAGs. a. CI=70%. Plasmids size (bp). R 2 =0.36. N. of PAGs. b. CI=80%. Plasmids size (bp). R 2 =0.24. N. of PAGs. c. CI=90%. Plasmids size (bp).

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