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The human X chromosome contains a large number of inverted repeat DNA palindromes. Although arbitrary substitutions destroyed the inverted repeat structure of MAGEA/CSAG-palindrome during the evolutionary process of the primates, most of the substitutions are compensatory. Using maximum parsimony, it is demonstrated that the compensatory substitutions are(More)
The palindrome is one class of symmetrical duplications with reverse complementary characters, which is widely distributed in many organisms. Graphical representation of DNA sequence provides a simple way of viewing and comparing various genomic structures. Through 3-D DNA walk analysis, the similarity and differences in nucleotide composition, as well as(More)
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