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*Figure 6: Histogram of foci counts per cell (procedure in Figures 2 and 3) as a function of genotype (wildtype in orange, mutant in blue). The populations are significantly different (p value < 0.05 with anova test) with the mutant having 20 percent more foci per cell (on average).*

*Figure 7: Histogram of (fractional) distances between foci on an SC (procedure summary in Figure 5) as a function of genotype (wildtype in orange, mutant in blue). The groups are not significantly different and could reasonably have come from the same population.*

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*Figure 8: Boxplot of foci counts per cell as a function of genotype (wildtype in orange, mutant in blue). The populations are significantly different (p value < 0.05 with anova test) with the mutant having 20 percent more foci per cell (on average).*

*Figure 9: Boxplot of (fractional) distances between foci on an SC (procedure summary in Figure 5) as a function of genotype (wildtype in orange, mutant in blue). The groups are not significantly different and could reasonably have come from the same population.*